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Hey, I've designed a restaurant menu and the images with a ton of images all bought from stock photography site. I'd want to say something in fine print which says that the actual food presentation does not look like what is seen in the menu & the images are taken from a stock photography source in order to enhance the layout of the menu so that the customers do not complain or get disappointed when they r actually served.

Can someone phrase this out properly for me? Please do it asap. This is a sincere request. I'd appreciate your time.

Thanks for reading my message. Emotion: smile

Have a good day!

charitha.
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You can try something like:

"Actual food representation may differ from photograph"

I don't think there is any need to explain how or why the stock photography was used. The less said is better in my opinion. Just a side note: ensure that all the photographs are royalty-free and can be used in commercial purposes.

Chris
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Hi Chris,

Thanks a ton for ur quick response. I appreciate your time. This line definitely helps. Emotion: smile

Have a great day!

Charitha.