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lk2fireone (196) 01-10-13  09:32am
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Metart model age.

Depending on where you look on the Metart site, you can find the current age of the model, and also the age of the model at the time of each photoshoot.

When you download a zip file of a photoshoot, you get a text file of the model's bio included. That text file bio lists the current age of the model, instead of her age at the time of the photoshoot.

It would be better for the downloaded text file included with each photoshoot to give the age of the model at the time when the photoshoot was shot, instead of her current age.

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tangub (155) I've often wondered do we really want to know the model's current age. I'm quite happy just knowing her age at the time of the photo shoot or when she was added to the site. Imagine if Met-Art is still going in 20 years time, will they be telling us the current age of those models when they are in their 40s, kind of ruins the fantasy a bit.
01-10-13  10:09am

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Capn (28) I have to say, I certainly prefer the age to be quoted as at the time of the photoshoot.

As it is a snapshot of the moment, I feel that it is only appropriate.

Surely you can roughly work out the models age from the time it was first published?

Cap'n :0/

01-10-13  04:16pm

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lk2fireone (196) REPLY TO #1 - tangub :

I'm a bit older than you are. So if I'm still around in 20 years time, I might be thinking these 40+ year old models are looking damn fine. That's if I can still see and think in my 80s. :)
01-10-13  07:56pm

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lk2fireone (196) REPLY TO #2 - Capn :

Regarding "Surely you can roughly work out the models age from the time it was first published?"

My mind is focused on enjoying these natural beauties.

Taking the current age of the model, then subtracting the number of years the photoset was published to get the model's approximate age at the time of the photoshoot, somehow interferes with that enjoyment. If my mind could perform these calculations automatically, that would be different. But I have to think about the different dates to calculate, and why should I have to?

In that case, it's easier to ignore the exact age of the model, both current and at the time of the photoshoot.

I'm talking about my personal psychology. Someone else could easily have a different point of view.

01-10-13  08:24pm

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Capn (28) REPLY TO #4 - lk2fireone :

I think we are coming to the same point from different directions ;0)

Cap'n. :0)

01-10-13  11:32pm

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