I don't own, I didn't take, and I don't know who did take any of these pictures.
One example we talked about was wedding dresses, and how different means are used to sell to different demographics. So I decided to start with a wedding dress ad. This is an ad for a dress made by designer Alfred Angelo. Here is the dress that is supposed to be Cinderella's. It is whimsical, and the dress seems to blend in with the fog of the background. Fog, typically is used to call to mind mystical stuff. Her body is angled to draw the eye down along the length of the dress, while the glass slipper in the background just reemphasizing which dress this is supposed to be showing. The model is pretty but not pretty enough to over power the dress, only enough to enhance the elegance and simplicity of the dress.
I saw this one and it made me laugh. At first glance its kind of a confusing picture, but once you look at it, it makes sense. They are saying that schick razors can handle even the hairiest of legs, leaving them baby smooth. The image is simple, the lighting makes the whole scene very understated, but the message is clear. Its not lewed, but still appeals to women's drive to be clean shaven and attractive.
I liked this one, mostly cause this is the type of blower my family uses. So powerful it will blow the words right off the page. Its simply, its eye catching, the black and white background makes the orange on the blower pop that much more.