I currently have a problem with a (not anymore) friend who sent out nude photos to be publised in a magazine in november.
The agreement was that if he wants to publish my nudes, I don't want to be recognized in the picture. He ended up creating a series with a juxtaposition of nudes and pictures of my face right next to each other. It is obvious that it is only me in the series. He showed me the pdf and shared the files via dropbox and I said that I don't feel comfortable with the way they were.
He still went over my head and sent it out to [login to view URL]
In reconciliation he said that they will won't use my name and publish anonymously but I DO NOT want them published all together, sent to print or on the internet, as I am recognizable.
I am not questioning his photographic eye or creative alchemy. This is strictly about my consent. He claims he doesn't need it and now I want to email the magazine directly.
He didn't pay me and I am not a professional model, the shoot was done on friendship/trust basis about two years ago. I don't need a lecture about how naive I was, I learned my lesson. But I need someone who can help me write the email I'd like to send to the magazine because frankly I feel to upset to write it.
I'd like it to sound natural and not too formal. I want them to understand the my concern, while still being respectful to the photographer in an objective way. He is a young and professional photographer working in the fashion industry who wants to further his personal projects. I understand that; but I feel taken advantage of because he cares less about my consent than his own goals.
I don't want to make it worse between us - I want to have a voice in this. This does not need to be a legal letter yet.
I appreciate your help
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