People Are Sharing Pics Of Boyfriends “Forced” To Take Perfect Pictures Of Their Girlfriends
Social media envy if you're among the 81% of young adults (18-24) that use Instagram daily you've definitely felt it. The constant stream of glossy perfectly posed candids of girls sitting among a field of flowers is enough to make anyone green, but how do they make such beautiful photos? The answer - a personal photographer.
Yes, Instagram influencers across the platform have been relying on their boyfriends' as their personal photographers to achieve the perfect Instagram photo. But once hidden behind a lense these men no longer live in the shadows, thanks to the Instagram and Facebook accounts “Boyfriends of Instagram." The pages post photos people have shared of Instagram boyfriends going to some pretty impressive lengths to photograph their girlfriends. From sitting on each other's shoulders to literally bending over backward, no shot is too much of a challenge. Created by two anonymous Australian men, the Instagram account has wracked up 137k followers. Scroll down below to see some of these hilarious photography poses and behind the scenes shots! And don't forget to upvote your faves!
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The women show evolution from sea dwellers to clothed primate. The men just hung about in board shorts all the while. Lol!
Compared to the others, this one seems OK: At least she's doing more than he is! :)
Did she just kick herself in the butt mid-flight? That's a difficult move...
This one is nice. It's about something other than the person in the picture.
him: no.. NO I can't do it any more... please.... her: wtf, it's just another photo?
and now we all know what he looks like when he's on the toilet.
Not sure I want the view that the Lady in the middle has
Am I the only one who saw the dog first and now thats all I care about in this photo?
This looks more like the CSI Tech standing over the body discovered in the park by someone's Golden Retriever.
Plot twist: He's not her boyfriend. She doesn't even know him, she also doesn't even know there is someone taking a photo!
if i were the bf i would try a lower angle, he's getting all the metal poles in the shot!
To an Aussie eye this is obviously in Australia, and I'm guessing Victoria.
Note: this post originally had 96 images. It’s been shortened to the top 50 images based on user votes.
This just makes me sad for what's happening to society.
Nothing is happening, humans have always being obsessed by their own image, cavemen used to depict their hands and successful hunts on their caves walls, we only have better tools now.
You really don't see a difference between cavemen documenting their lives on a wall and the desperate need for validation that is the norm in society today???
Humans? Not judging but do you do it? Cuz i dont, and i guess im a human
cave art probably had a different purpose, spiritual and ceremonial.. it had little to do with being obsessed with their own image as there were also many abstract paintings such as dots
No, caveman depicted OTHER people. not themselves.
I agree Paul. This thread is nothing more than a photo-essay reflecting the narcissistic vanity that seems to be de rigeur these days...
Here, here Dian!
Can you guys just chill? It's photos. And some guys love photography or doing nice things for their partner and so don't need go be 'brow beated' into submission to take photos.
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I would bet money that most, if not all of those "boyfriends" are not even with those girls. I would also bet most of those photos end up on their bumble profiles.
People just have different ways of experiencing life. Some likes to look at the sunset, some likes to photograph the sunset. They will remember the moment very differently but none are wrong.