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Old 09-23-2011, 04:32
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Default Stolen pictures??

Came across this website and several of the pictures look very familiar.

http://www.mybelamour.com/
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Old 09-23-2011, 06:18
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I dont know but I have a problem with this picture: http://www.mybelamour.com/item_140/W...tti-Romper.htm

It is too risque in my opinion. With the amount of sick perverts online I would not let my dd model like that. Dh said they have had to confiscate computers from suspected peds and some of the forums or groups they have found have pics that look normal and innocent but to a ped they make it look perverted. Some pics get edited in a disgusting manner. It is sickening.

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Old 09-23-2011, 06:25
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I totally agree! My friend want me to take pics of her 6 yo in a black petti romper with oversized cheeta heals and pearls. I told her I didn't think it was a good idea.
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Old 09-23-2011, 06:27
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I dont know but I have a problem with this picture: http://www.mybelamour.com/item_140/W...tti-Romper.htm

It is too risque in my opinion. With the amount of sick perverts online I would not let my dd model like that. Dh said they have had to confiscate computers from suspected peds and some of the forums or groups they have found have pics that look normal and innocent but to a ped they make it look perverted. Some pics get edited in a disgusting manner. It is sickening.
I agree. I love art and self expression but there is a thin line and I think it was crossed. Don't get me wrong the products are beautiful but there are sick people out there.
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Old 09-23-2011, 06:32
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That picture just screams wrong on so many levels. There is a fine line that was crossed with that one. It makes me think about Toddlers In Tiaras and how insane the outfits are for those kids. Granted I love to watch the show because it gives me ideas for hair accessories lol.
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I agree. I love art and self expression but there is a thin line and I think it was crossed. Don't get me wrong the products are beautiful but there are sick people out there.

The setting is too seductive for a child.
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That photo is too seductive for even a teenage child in my opinion. I just can not believe what people deem as appropriate these days
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the only photo i recognize is dreamspun. she is a member of the forum. the site owner might have permission or might not. i dont know
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I dont know but I have a problem with this picture: http://www.mybelamour.com/item_140/W...tti-Romper.htm

It is too risque in my opinion. With the amount of sick perverts online I would not let my dd model like that. Dh said they have had to confiscate computers from suspected peds and some of the forums or groups they have found have pics that look normal and innocent but to a ped they make it look perverted. Some pics get edited in a disgusting manner. It is sickening.
I agree that this photo is far too inappropriate. The pose is way too seductive for a little child. When my ds was born, I was crazy about not letting his photos be posted anywhere online for fear he would end up on some pervs site and I would feel terrible about that. I have since loosened on that since I want to specialize in newborn/chilren's photos. I figure if I am askign for permission to use images on my website and online gallery as I need a portfolio, I need to be more comfortable with posting my own son's pics. With that being said, I am very careful about how children are first dressed, second posed. I actualyl have a mom that was ok with me photographing her 9 m/o daughter shirtless as she was modeling tutus the girls mom had made. I was not ok with it and asked her to at least use a crochet headbad to cover the parts that I didn't want to display. I told the mom that I have no control over who views my site and would feel terrible if the girls images were taken by a perv. I just feel that as a photographer, I need to put the child's safety first. Children already are growing up way too fast. There is time enough when children are older if they want to do seductive posing and modeling. When they are young, I think the photos should be appropriate for their age and show the true carefree nature of children.
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that pic is just wrong. do people not realize the pervs that troll the internet.
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