Take accurate before and after photos of a tummy tuck by setting up the proper lighting in both settings to avoid dark or blurry photos. Face the front of the camera in both photos rather than turning and changing the pose. The stomach should be visible and unobstructed in each image.
A tummy tuck is a type of plastic surgery where a doctor removes loose or excess skin around the abdomen. Before and after photos may help the surgeon and patient track the healing process, ensure the effectiveness of the procedure and understand the impact of the surgery on the body. One of the most important aspects of taking good before and after photos of a tummy tuck is to keep the pose and position in each photo the same. For example, if you face forward in a bright room in the before photo but face to the side in a dark room in the after photo, it can be difficult to see the results of the surgery clearly.
Each photo should focus primarily on the stomach region rather than the upper body or the legs. Use the same lighting in each photo, as well as the same camera, to create consistency. Take the photos against a neutral background to avoid distractions in the final image.