Long answer: Does there need to be a long answer? Yes, Johnny Depp, I’m sure photography is terribly intrusive. Yes, Kristen Stewart, I’m sure paparazzi swarms are scary. But rape is rape; those things are just not.
Photographers want to take pictures of you and sell them for money. They don’t particularly care about your physical or emotional comfort while it’s happening. Sometimes, they want to make you uncomfortable or scared–pissed-off pictures sell. It sucks. But feeling unsafe, like life as you knew it has been taken away, not knowing who you can trust? Not rape. Violation of your privacy, your peace of mind? Still not rape.
Rape is a very specific, particular violation with unique implications and aftermath; it’s not a convenient catchall term to add drama to a traumatic experience. If the worst thing that’s ever happened to you is that people have screamed at you and made you scared on purpose–or that you’ve sat for a photo shoot that made you feel not like yourself–you should consider yourself very, very lucky.