Facebook bans photographer for posting photos of nude models with mannequin

first_imgAdvertisement Twitter There’s no explicit nudity  — that’s hidden behind the mannequin or digitally obscured — but she says some of the photos have been reported and removed from her Facebook album, earning her a 30-day ban on the site which began late last week.That’s when things really took off — people started sharing the album (now more than 200,000 times) and her Facebook page has gained more than 50,000 new followers. Under the ban she can log in and look around but she can’t post or reply to anything.“I’m freaking out. I’ve been shaking since this morning. It’s hard to breathe,” she says. “It’s just been mayhem.”It’s not the first time Busato has been banned from the site, and that ticks her off.“I’m totally floored by it. I’m frustrated. They don’t justify why they do it.” Login/Register With: Advertisement Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement A photographer whose work portrays the bodies of women “who don’t want to fit the mold” says she is “floored” after being temporarily banned by Facebook — again.Julia Busato, a Guelph, Ont.-based photographer started the series last year, taking photos of naked models posed behind a mannequin figure.CLICK HERE TO VIEW JULIA’S FACEBOOK PAGElast_img