If a picture on Instagram looks too good to be true, it most probably is. Even though the platform can be a pleasant and exciting place, packed with amazing and artistic images, but at times it’s misleading, too. Photography “tricks” and post-production mixed the difference between what is real and fake. And some people try to make use of it, turning their looks into what they think society wants.
A counter-movement is now turned into a force on Reddit. The community is called Instagram Reality, and it is committed to “exposing” these personas, trying to prevent the cover of unreachable goals and unrealistic expectations. Check out some of their posts below: