Somebody Is Showing How Instagram Photos Are All Starting To Look The Same, And It’s Depressing (New Pics)
If you've seen one Instagram photo, you've seen them all. Social media pages about photography are supposed to display the unique perspectives of artists captured through their lenses, but if you follow enough of them, you might observe an odd trend of deja vu photo ideas - and you would be right. 'Insta Repeat' is an Instagram page that documents the repetition of the same landscape photography shots found on the app in side by side compilations. Perhaps this story might feel like deja vu, that's because we introduced 'Insta Repeat' last year. The page now has 303k followers.
Created by an anonymous 27-year-old from Anchorage, Alaska, the filmmaker and artist told Photoshelter that “A purpose of Insta Repeat is to critique originality in media creation through the lens (pun intended) of this one ‘genre’ of Instagram influencer photography accounts.”
Living in Alaska, a vast wilderness where so many 'adventurers' come to take cool photos, she was struck by how the same few places and scenarios kept showing up again and again on her feed of beautiful photoshoot ideas. “I have noticed it in general on a lot of different platforms and media and have been guilty of it myself for sure,” she told Bored Panda. “Artists and creators fall into patterns. But I think that what is happening on Instagram is more extreme.” Scroll down below to see the newest insta repeat photos, and don't forget to upvote your favs!
The World Record of the most liked picture on Instagram goes to a video of an egg cracking itself. Created with the intention of booting Kylie Jenner from the top spot, who had over 50 million likes for a photo of her with Stormi Webster.
A Single, Centered Tent, Lit Up, Captured With A Long Exposure In Front Of The Milky Way
Facebook and YouTube are the only other platforms that have more people that log on than Instagram. Out of Instagram’s 1 billion monthly active users, more than 500 million of them use the platform every day.
Person Centered In Front Of This Big Rock In This One Cave. Also It Has Come To My Attention That You Aren’t Supposed To Go Here. Respect The Parks
Why are millennials always on their phones? They are probably scrolling through Instagram. 71% of Instagram users around the globe are under the age of 35 and the breakdown between women and men is virtually even.
Person Centered In This Ice Cave (The Holy Trinity Of Fabians)
Instagram surpassed Snapchat for the first time in 2018 as the top platform for teenagers. 72% of U.S. teens use Instagram and on the flip side, 35% of online adults use Instagram with 28 percent of them in the U.S.
Under-25-year-olds use Instagram 32 minutes a day compared to that of people 25 years and older who use it 24 minutes per day. This is more than before thanks to Instagram Stories. This update is another reason the app has managed to surpass Snapchat.
Vertical Road Drone
Person Centered On The Beach In Front Of A Big Rock
Films Not Dead
Flashlight Up Again
Wow This Bridge Is So Cool- So Glad I Get To See It From All Angles
Person Centered And Sitting On Rock Near Lake
Drone Looking Directly Down In Centered Lake
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Person Centered In An Ice Cave
Person Standing Centered At The End Of A Dock
Note: this post originally had 75 images. It’s been shortened to the top 30 images based on user votes.