The idea has at least probably crossed your mind at least once. You have a girlfriend, wife, or someone who trusts you very closely, and that you know is beautiful. And naturally, you have a camera; so you think, why not do a sexy photoshoot with her at your model, whether in lingerie or fully nude?
The only problem is that it doesn't remember anyone whom I shared an album with. So, I have to invite them again. When did this take effect?
When I head out to the mountains I take a lot of images of the surroundings and what I'm experiencing. I also a lot of pictures of myself framed within those settings so that I can relive the experience at other times when I don't have the time or luxury to just shuck it all and enjoy nature. At nude resorts, beaches and the like, picture taking is limited out of respect for others.
Please refresh the page and retry. All well and good. The effect on the women was dramatic and horrible. You had no regard at all for your victims.
The person taking a photo legally owns the copyright to it, even if the camera isn't hers. Facebook presents an unusual frontier for business, enabling your company to not only share content with customers, fans and clients, but also to have content shared. If a particular photo posted by a fan or employee may be useful to your company, you may be considering using the image.
As you're no doubt aware, Jennifer Lawrence has had some naked selfies stolen from her, and according to the very reputable 4chan, they were swiped by someone hacking her iCloud account. If you haven't seen the photos, then chances are we've lost you and you're burrowing into a search engine now, looking for boobs. First thing to do is to make sure your password doesn't get stolen or is difficult to guess. That's blindingly obvious, but worth mentioning.