- Report: #1087100
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Complaint Review: Pinnacle Design Center
Pinnacle Design Center625 W. Las Tunas Drive Los Angeles, California USA
Pinnacle Design Center- Photographer Steve Trapero bad photographer, Does not stick to verbal agreements or written contracts. Did not provide photos per TFP agreement Los Angeles California
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We had an underwater shoot where I was to be modeling clothing, prior to modeling he had me sign a modeling release allowing him to use the photos in return he will send me the photos. I informed him that there is to be no nudity what so ever, after the shoot I noticed he had taken photos of me with one of the dresses coming up and another where the shirt was coming down therefore exposing my bottom and breast and not sticking to our agreement. I asked him to delete the photos that we agreed he wouldnt take and he refused, then he later asked for my ID which is not needed on TFP shoots unless the photographer wants to use them and they contain nudity so I refused. He broke the agreement and refused to send any photos to me per our TFP agreement, therefore wasting my entire day, Money getting to the shoot, and due to the amount of chlorine in the water my eyes were blurry for almost 3 days after the shoot. He is a creeper who takes advantage of models.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/24/2013 08:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Pinnacle-Design-Center-/Los-Angeles-California/Pinnacle-Design-Center-Photographer-Steve-Trapero-bad-photographer-Does-not-stick-to-v-1087100. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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