Bloggers Show How Their ‘Ideal’ Instagram Photographs Are Taken

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British Wren Kitchens asked five popular bloggers to show what is hidden behind their ‘ideal’ food photographs from Instagram, PetaPixel writes. The photographs that they published show how cropping and choosing the right angle can embellish reality and help create a beautiful picture.

h/t: wrenkitchens, petapixel, birdinflight

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“Parenting bloggers are particularly pressured to perceive themselves as the perfect parents with the perfect life and the perfect kitchen on their blogs,” Wren Kitchens explain. “We asked them to show us their true reality behind the ‘perfect family’ perception.”

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