Kiedy pracuje się w modelingu, nigdy do końca nie wiadomo, co stanie się z twoim zdjęciem Heidi Yeh przekonała się o tym na własnej skórze.
The Internet, with the speed of lightning, spreads and transmits various stories. Often, they are not exactly checked, but better to correct some inaccuracies than allow other sources to be faster. This leads to the situation that people are being accused of something they have not done, but others do not want to check if that is true and the lie continues to permeate throughout the world.
This is the problem many people face with their photos. Once you become the hero of a catchy meme, unfortunately it is hard to fight it. There are pictures that everyone in the world knows and there are so many different stories that they do not want to believe to be true. And the most true story is not interesting to anyone.
It turns out that it is not only people who accidentally hit the Internet that have a reason to worry. Of course, that is if the picture presents them in an unfavorable light. Also, people who work in media and participate in professional campaigns may have concerns. All pictures for which you can buy the rights are known, and thus Mr. Miecio can happen upon a cake shop banner, but also upon a leaflet about contagious diseases.
Not everyone is able to straighten out what they say about him online. Heidi, who appeared in a regular advertising campaign, saw this, but someone told him a false story, after which a woman has lost her ability to work in the industry.