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Nude photography can be a sensitive subject. For many, their motives are honest and they just want to create. Your intentions will no doubt be communicated through either your body language or words, and this will lead to models feeling very uncomfortable. Sure, the odd one may be up for some fun and games, but for the most part women want their profession, bodies, and boundaries to be respected — and rightly so! No matter how much nudity, provocative poses, or perceived sexual suggestions there are in a pose, remember a photo shoot is a place of work and should be treated like any other office in any other field.