Hi Anna Paula,
You can see some of my works in the Louvre...if my patients are visiting Paris.
You ask a great question, and the most important one that should be answered for a prospective rhinoplasty patient. Your nose is in the center of your face for the rest of your life. A beautiful nose should fit the face, and not distract from the eyes and other facial features.
It is most important to choose your surgeon carefully.
I would advise you to email your photos (frontal, both profiles, both 3/4 views, and a view from below) to prospective rhinoplasty surgeons. You may then have a telephone consultation and discuss your concerns, and hear what the surgeon has to say about your nose. With Skype, you can even have a video chat.
Certainly before and after photos are important, but everyone's nose is different, and there have been cases of retouched photos in before and afters. Once you have communicated with prospective surgeons, you may ask to speak with some of their past patients.
Rhinoplasty is the most difficult of all facial plastic surgical procedures because it is a combination of an aesthetic eye for beauty, the skill and experience to carry out the necessary steps surgically, and the care to make sure that the patient and surgeon are clear about expectations.
Please see the below web reference for choosing a cosmetic surgeon, and the subtle rhinoplasty.
Good luck and be well. Given your question, I am pretty sure that you will find the right rhinoplasty surgeon for you.