» » » » Odd, everyone else I show it to sees a difference. The hairline
» » » about
» » » » half as dense as does the overall volume.
» » »
» » » ditto looks about the same
» » What jotronic is saying is that flash tends to distort pictures.
» » Take pictures of your hairline with flash mode ON and then take them in
» » natural daylight without the flashmode. You will find a substantial
» » difference.
» » Similarly, take pictures of your crown with flash (it will look
» » depressingly thin even if it is not in natural daylight) and without
» » flash.
» » You will find a big difference.
» » That is why we request patients to send pictures taken in natural
» » daylight.
» » A videoclip in well lighted conditions is also a good alternative.
» » The only people who roam around with dermatch in their hair and flashes
» » going around are the filmactors. You dont want to end up in their
» » Regards,
» » Dr. A
» crown sure , with flash, is like a mirror
» your hair is not skin showing so flash doesnt have that dramatic effect
The only way to truly tell a person’s results from any doctor is to see the patient in person. The patient in the before pictures usually looks like sh&t, and many times, for resons we have already discussed, the before pictures are taken with wet hair. Additionally most of the before pictures are taken with the head tilted down where you can see the full top of the head.
Then, in the after photos, the patient’s hair is well groomed, may he have a tan, the lighting is almost always darker than the before shot, and almost never do I see an after picture with the head tilted down to give a complete full top of the head shot.
By viewing photographs the only true way to tell how much density was added as a result of the HT is to compare the before and after shots with WET hair and from a full top view of the patient’s head.
That’s the only way to tell the true density achieved, and let’s face it, adding density is what it’s all about.
Time will tell if doctor’s start posting before and after pictures with WET hair. If not then STOP posting the before pcitures with wet hair and then the after with only dry.
Everyone knows dry hair looks fuller, and when you post before pictures WET and then after pictures DRY members DO NOT get an accurate and true representation of how much density was added; it will always look like more hair than in the wet before pictures, and it is most assuredly not completely due to the result of the HT but of the hair being dry.
End of story.