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It's just sad that most people nowadays always seek for outside validation and approval. We tend to live not in the moment but in the opinion and ideals of others which is not healthy. We always seem to compete with other's success and compare our lives. We should live in the now and enjoy the experience, enjoy life without thinking of what the world will say about it.
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Having my boyfriend prefer to take stories and videos of a beautiful sunset overlooking Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty on our last day in NYC, was so disappointing! Enjoy the experience people, enjoy life, and stop making your phone the third wheel in a relationship.
Having my boyfriend prefer to take stories and videos of a beautiful sunset overlooking Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty on our last day in NYC, was so disappointing! Enjoy the experience people, enjoy life, and stop making your phone the third wheel in a relationship.
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I enjoy photography as a hobby -- I also teach it on a high school level. I bring a DSLR with me almost everywhere I travel and utilize my cell phone to take a few instant pictures for social media. For me, part of the vacation is taking pictures of beautiful things. I love taking photos and experimenting with new techniques. I also love being reminded where I was or what I was doing in Facebook or Google Assistant memories. Y'all can come at me with this photographer hate. You have no idea what the photos mean to the person taking them or if they're"really happy" or not -- that's none of your business. If your significant other is obsessed with taking and posting"perfect life" pics and it's driving you crazy -- try to communicate that with them and strike a balance. And if someone on your feed bothers you with all their pictures? Guess what, the unfollow button will change your life.
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I post pictures on social media daily and not once have I ever thought, oh boy this will really make them jealous!! Not everyone is motivated this way.
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Having my boyfriend prefer to take stories and videos of a beautiful sunset overlooking Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty on our last day in NYC, was so disappointing! Enjoy the experience people, enjoy life, and stop making your phone the third wheel in a relationship.
No one was talking photog hate. But when taking pictures overshadows the experience. I’m the photonut in my family....I am known for gathering all in for the much maligned family shot, but I’m also going around snapping people or views, landscapes, flowers bugs.... you name it. And like you, I LOVE having those memories pop up at me. But....this article was literally about people’s moments being ruined in chasing the “perfect” social media shot. That’s the depressing part, don’t you think ? A photo pop up that brings up the “oh that day” memory?
I'm also a photographer hobbyist and take my camera on every hike or trip. But I think this speaks to your emotional priority. My priority is still the hike or trip and if no amazing images come from it I still enjoy the core experience. If your core experience is to get somewhere and get some amazing photo, the expectation of the great photo does seem to negate the experience.
If you are always taking a picture and thinking about documenting one misses the experience. How sad and shorted sighted. Life is memories not Instagram.
If you are always taking a picture and thinking about documenting one misses the experience. How sad and shorted sighted. Life is memories not Instagram.
 But also assuming quite a lot. If you're not getting in a fight about photos and both love photos, how is that sad? Or not making memories...
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