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These spaces are private, but if the new museum’s inaugural exhibit, “Public, Private, Secret,” teaches you anything, it’s that nothing is as private as you think it is.“When you go out into the outside world, look how many cameras there are,” says ICP Executive Director Mark Lubell.

“There are security cameras but also people taking pictures everywhere….

This post is about Nude Photography and does cover a topic that some may find offensive.

We’ve only included one very tame image and the post is (in my opinion) very tastefully written by a woman (one of our forum members who wishes to remain anonymous) who shares her experience and some lessons learned while photographing a friend.

She wanted someone that she could trust and someone who she thought could take a decent shot.

After attempting to convincing her that perhaps I wasn’t a good enough photographer for the job – I eventually agreed.

I have to admit I was excited, but I tried not to show it.

Somewhere in the distance I could hear music and the sound of someone singing.

Id rather appear nude in front of trump than have Hillary hold my hair while I suck Bills dickcontestants had to agree to be filmed, "whether I am clothed, partially clothed or naked, whether I am aware or unaware of such videotaping, filming or recording."This does not mean "you must appear nude"I would imagine these conditions are pretty much standard for any reality television show.That mission is clear from the moment you step into “Public, Private, Secret,” which opened Thursday with the new museum.The first room is dimly lit, in stark contrast to the bright white “village square”-like entry area, almost like a negative.If you think you’ll be offended by this post we do invite you to skip this post.This is a topic many of our readers are interested in so we feel it is relevant but do understand that it is not everyone’s cup of tea.

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