I am so disappointed, because I joined CreativeLive with Sue Bryce who was amazing and I was so excited to start this second course. However, every time I have viewed this workshop with Bambi Cantrell she has a nude on the screen that she is referencing. When at work or at home where my children are in the backround, I obviously can't view this. And probably less than 1% of photographers shoot nudes, so it isn't even relevant. I'm disappointed to say the least.
Art has always been linked to human nakedness as a sign of beauty. You can find countless examples of this in any museum, and I can guarantee that there is a much higher percentage than 1% of photographers who have made or would be willing to make a fine art nude portrait. Whether you believe in God or not, this is how we are born and how we were created and no cause for shame in that. It is logical that you protect your children from offensive images such as violence or pornography, but an artistic nude is no cause of scandal, unless there is a tendentious contemplation, sinful or lustful of these bodies. Of course I would not want to offend you with my comment.