Here’s a situation I learned of from another photographer.
It concerned a woman who, some time after her TFP shoot, wanted all her images removed from the photographer's website and social media and taken offline completely.
But since there was no written agreement that addressed this predicament, the photographer and model were at odds trying to resolve it.
The model was clearly breaking her part of the agreement and putting a lot of pressure on the photographer to just do what she wanted… leaving the photographer with nothing.
Finally, a solution surfaced that since the model was breaking her part of the trade agreement, it was only right she now pay the photographer the cost of a full-price photo shoot.
This compensated the photographer monetarily since being compensated to use the model’s images was being stripped away.
This sounded like a fair solution, so I made sure to include it in my TFP agreement as well.