Hello! So I've been doing a bit more TF boudoir work lately, and I'm not sure of the best way to share this work. I decided to only use Instagram as my social network for my new brand. This leaves me with the issue of not being able to easily share full albums from shoots (which I'd normally do on Facebook). I chose to not use Facebook because the main reason I have Facebook pages is so that I'm able to share the posts/photos to my personal account and leverage my personal connections. But, I don't plan to share boudoir work that way. Plus, I already have three pages. It's almost too much as it is. I also don't have a website for this type of work yet, and I'm not sure if I will since it's not the main focus of my work (I do plan to add bridal boudoir to my main site at some point). Of course, I'm only sharing if the model is okay with it, but even when they're okay with me posting, not all of them want me to tag them in the photos. So, one thought that crossed my mind, is to use Patreon, and have a private gallery using a third party site, or as a secret page on one of my other sites, and only give access to people who have "pledged" on Patreon. It's a popular monetization/content regulation model with this type of content, but, I'm not sure how people typically handle it. As the photo taker, I know I have the copyright, which my contract stipulates, but from an ethical standpoint, should I be using their pictures in this paywall model? What about shoots where the client pays me? Or should I pay them? One idea I had is to give the model a limited license to also use them for their own Patreons accounts (or similar paywall systems) so even if they don't, I still feel like it's fair since they have the option to, and I'm not the only one able to make money from a creative collaboration. Another idea is to just not share full albums at all, and post just my favorites on Instagram, but that seems like such a waste. I'm so accustomed to "check out the rest on Facebook!" in my Instagram captions... So I'm at a loss. Thoughts?