Throughout the process of making my magazine, there are some types of precaution which have to be considered when photographing my model. Despite the unlikelihood of the following instances, I as a producer of my media product and the photographer of the images that are used for my magazine, am responsible for my model during the photoshoot for my magazine. For example, in a bizarre circumstance, where I plan for my model to be sitting on a curb for some photos, a driver could potentially not spot my model and lose control of their car resulting in the possibility of my model being hit by a vehicle. Further to this, some of my photos are set to take place with my model leaning against a brick wall. Once again, despite the chances of this being minor, I have taken into consideration that there is a possibility my model could be hit by a brick not properly cemented by the original builder of the wall, and also, there is the chance that a piece of debris for example could have been left on top of the wall, which could potentially land on the head of my model. In addition to this, I plan for a few of my pictures to be taken against a plain wall, one of which is at the top of a staircase. Yet again, despite the unlikeliness of an injury occurring, I have to consider that there is always a small chance and or possibility that my model could trip and fall down this staircase, resulting in injury, or in an absolute obscene case, death.