Smiles, Frowns and Photo Overexposure in Before and After Photos
I'm just wondering why the before pictures usually show the patient frowning and the after ones smiling. A simple smile in itself will pull up jowls and reverse gravity only for a while, thus enhancing the appearance. Overexposed film will wash out a lot of mistakes and scars as well. All before and after photos should be taken with a frown or a smile for both and the photo itself should be taken with the same lighting, exposure etc. Of course they would never use photoshop at the pixel level to airbrush now would they?