Whether you admit it or not, your photos on Instagram don’t exactly reflect what REALLY happens in your life. Sometimes, we need to crop and filter things out to show others how perfect our lives are. Indeed, Instagram has become an avenue for people to create an entirely different identity for themselves.
This is what Bangkok-based photographer Chompoo Baritone tried to show in an intriguing photo series which reveals the truth behind unrealistic images on Instagram.
Baritone, who studied photography in King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang in Thailand, superimposed Instagram photos on top of another scene to show photos which Instagram users don’t want to reveal. Through careful cropping and editing of colours and angles, users can easily stretch the truth in photos.
Baritone’s brilliant satirical series challenges the way we present our lives online.
Everyone’s capable of mastering difficult yoga postures… with a help of a friend.
This is how you achieve food por.
Paronamic city skyline in the midst of chaos.
There is more than meets the eye on Instagram.
It’s easy to “create” the perfect island.
Show off that you have a green thumb.
Not sure whether she’s playing or just posing…
Life can’t get any better than this…
Gorgeous 59-Year-Old Grandmother Still An Active Fashion Model
She is not your ordinary grandmother.
Some women in their late 50s are either looking forward to an early retirement, wanting to spend more time with their family or taking care of their grandchildren. There are also those who prefer travelling or completing their bucket lists.
The 59-year-old-grandmother Yasmina Rossi has another way of living her life to the fullest. She was born in France in 1955 and raised on the island of Corsica. Rossi has become the envy of many because of her gorgeous, youthful and healthy physique. Her successful and still active career as a fashion model makes her one of the remarkable women today too. She has worked with famous international brands like Hermes, Macy's and Marks & Spencer to name a few. It doesn't end there, Rossi also happens to be a photographer and an advanced ceramist. Cool!
When asked about how she managed to remain fit and young-looking at her age,
You Might Not Take A Selfie Ever Again After Watching This Terrifying Video
Apparently, she’s not alone when she took a selfie.
Being an avid fan of the horror/thriller movie genre, I believe I have seen it all. The plots of those movies usually revolve around evil possessions, poltergeists, maniacal psychopaths, zombies, mutations, vampires, werewolves, and zombies. The list does not end there of course.
Sometimes, when you watch those movies, you can already guess what's going to happen next. That’s exactly why great storytelling and acting are vital to a fan like me. The theme can be so old and worn-out, but given an excellent script and great direction, the film can be mind-blowing.
A good horror film knows how to play with the audience’s imagination. It knows how to use the score and the lighting to keep its viewers on the edge of their seats. It has to capture the viewer’s attention and make them relate to the characters. Every scene is like a song that gradually builds up until it reaches the climax. The story does not have to be lengthy---all it needs are the right elements to make you jump out of your seat or scream. Like this short film.
Man Flies His Tinder Match to Beijing After Planning It On Their First Online Chat
Certainly, there’s hope for everyone on Tinder.
A couple who met on Tinder flew to Beijing, China six months after they planned it in their first chat online.
Thomas Gallagher, a man who met the girl of his dreams in the popular dating app, just proved that Tinder romance is indeed possible.
In a story he shared on Reddit, Gallagher revealed that it all began when he was travelling for work in Chicago. Out of curiosity and boredom, Gallagher decided to send a message to a girl named Grace about one of her travel photos.
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