Another guest post by Dana
It's the best way for promoters of weight loss pills, diet plans and exercise gadgets to sell their products, right? A visual example of how you will look if ...
Here's a short clip, taken from the documentary-style film, "Bigger, Stronger, Faster" that shows the "reality" of many of these before/after shots .
I suppose the disclaimer "Results are not typical" should be enough, but "Results are not real - photos were taken the same day" might be more ethical.
What do you think? False advertising or creative license?
*A special thanks to Curvy Jones for the inspiration behind this post*
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
We've all seen them - the remarkable "before" and "after" shots in diet industry ads.
We all know before/after are altered to some degree, but shot on the same day? Really?