FOOD IN COMMERCIALS vs IN REAL LIFE || Commercial Tricks and Photo Hacks

FOOD IN COMMERCIALS vs IN REAL LIFE || Commercial Tricks and Photo Hacks

Hello guys! In this video, we will show you how commercial tricks work. I’m sure that you guys know that most of the things we see in commercials are different from real life. But these food tricks will make you say “Wow!” For desserts, it’s better to use shaving cream instead of ice cream cause it doesn’t melt. Did you know they put shoe cream on bread to make it look brighter and tastier? Cande gel can be a great alternative to ice cubes cause it doesn’t melt šŸ˜‰ If you want to make food look fresh, use deodorant.
Keep watching and learn lots of brilliant hacks for filming commercials. You can use these video and photo tricks to create unique content!

01:55 – Fake ice
02:14 – Trick with hydrogel balls
03:25 – Hack for tea
07:21 – Photography and filming hacks for commercials

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Sarah Davis is the creative force behind, a haven for mothers who share a passion for art, crafting, and creative expression. Born and raised in a small artistic community in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sarah's journey into the world of art and crafting started at a young age when her mother, a talented painter, introduced her to the wonders of creativity.

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