Do You Beautify Your Picture Before You Post Them In Social Media?

Do You Beautify Your Picture Before You Post Them In Social Media?
Some people would beautify their pictures first, before they post it in social media. This is what the cousin of my husband told me when I asked why the pictures she took of us are not yet on facebook. She told me she haven’t beautified it yet. What?! She has an app to beautify her pictures, she said. I was surprised ! So now, I know why her pictures in close up doesn’t show her face with her acnes and acne holes.
As for me, I don’t beautify my pictures. I post it only when I feel I am nice looking at it, but don’t beautify it. I don’t want to be told by a friend that someone told her that I only look beautiful in pictures. Lol What about you guys? Do you have such app and do you do this too?

Comments

zheh
Nope. Never tried to use those apps. I think we don't really need it cause i think it's like faking your real look. There are those people who use it and you'll say to yourself that you know they have use those app cause you know the real look of that person and it's really annoying.
Posted by zheh on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Yes, I absolutely agree. And I laugh when I see their beautiful pictures of themselves at the social media . They think they can fool their friends. ha ha ha
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
AlexJPro
Agree, i see a lot of girls in my class that want to look more beautiful by faking they're photos. I am sitting there and asking why...
Posted by AlexJPro on 08-28-2017
SimplyD
And what do they answer you when you asked them? Maybe they are looking for boyfriends? But they are not true themselves, by faking their faces and looks.
Posted by SimplyD on 09-12-2017
angie828
No, I don't do this. I hate getting my picture taken, so rarely do I post any of me. Usually when I do post them myself, it is when I am dressed up going somewhere. The way I look at it is others that post pictures of me and then tag me are not going to beautify them, so I do not think that I should either. And if someone thinks that I look awful in a picture, then I guess that they just do not need to look at it.
Posted by angie828 on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I am also like you. I only post when there is an occasion I have attended. But not a selfie of myself every now and then. I am annoyed of people who always post a selfie of themselves. They so love themselves. I skip their post and don't even hit like. he he he
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
zheh
Yeah.. i don't see any reason why you have to post a picture of your face every few hours. I post a picture when there's occasion and when i go to different places i've just visited cause it's my way of preserving the photos and a remembrance. But not a selfie that i've seen all the time with only their faces in different angle and different expression that's even edited.
Posted by zheh on 08-25-2017
SimplyD
I can feel you because that's the way iI feel with people who keeps posting a selfie of themselves everyday when I open facebook. They are so in love with their faces. ha ha ha I skip it and like instead her posts of nice qoutes.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-27-2017
AlexJPro
Wow haha man you are so right. Last time i updated my profile pic was 1 year ago.
Posted by AlexJPro on 08-28-2017
SimplyD
I only update my profile picture if I have a recent picture where I think I look pretty.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
jayken
yes sometimes. Of course, I want to be seen as beautiful by the others. I put some filters stickers emoji and much more. But sometimes i prefer not to edit it because i want to share the picture of my real face.
Posted by jayken on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Really. Do you feel happy that you are beautiful because of that app, but that is not your real face?
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
manmad
Not really, but I do focus on editing the picture as in: fixing the colors, maybe using some effects to make them more stylish and modern. I also from time to time make them interesting and change stuff in the background, but I don't touch myself or the people around me, because lying to someone on the internet and then being a completely different person in real life is just ridiculous.
Posted by manmad on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I do that too. It's not beautifying your face but beautifying the presentation of the picture and most of us does that. And just like you, I don't edit my face in the picture to make it beautiful. I want to be seen as I am in the picture.

Indeed, the person I saw so beautiful in the picture because of an app that beautifies it, makes me laugh because I know that she isn't that beautiful in real life. Well, some people can really be showy and pretentious.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
zheh
Yeah it's ok to edit the background or lightning specially if it's because of the wrong angle in taking the picture. I also do that. But not the beautify app where they remove the pimples, eyebags etc. it really looks like faking your real face.
Posted by zheh on 08-25-2017
SimplyD
And your friends know that you "beautified" your face anyway. lol Or it could be that your friend will be amazed that your pimples were gone but when she met you the next day she will be surprised you still have them in your face. lol
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
Istine
In some cases Yes, I do edit my photos using apps. There are times when I am not contented on how flat my photos came out so I would add basic filters yet assuring that I still give justice to it by enhancing the photo and just to give an uplift to it so that it does not look boring and just to make sure it can be as captivating as seeing it personally.
Posted by Istine on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I think what you are trying to say is you improve the presentation of the picture such as adjust the brightness and contrast and the like. It's natural to do that sometimes. What I am meaning is enhance your face like taking away the eyebags, wrinkles or making the complexion appear so blemish free and smooth. DO you do that, for the sake of you appearing beautiful in the picture even if it means it's fake?
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
Pixie
I don't really like to take pictures of myself and I rarely post pictures on social medias. I have never tried using those apps as I don't feel that I need to. Maybe I will be able to get more likes by beautifying my picture but to be honest I am not really on those social medias to display my pictures and I prefer people to accept me the way I am. I have seen some people editing their pictures and uploading them on Facebook and they looked so different. This is truly something that I hate.
Posted by Pixie on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I am very like you. I am ashamed of posting pictures of me taking a selfie. That's because I would appear vain. How much more beautify or edit my complexion, take away my eyebag and wrinkles ? That will not be me. My friends know how I look and I know that they would laugh at me if I do beautify my picture.

I also feel annoyed like you when I see people post a picture of themselves, close-up and beautify their complexion and make it smooth when it's actually not.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
overcast
I make sure that I do edit some of my images. And as you can see doing the editing of the images which is good before posting the image on social media seems to be lot better practice. That should be something we all need to think about. I have not seen the social media being full of original images. Most of those images are going to be edited for many reasons. So one should edit images whenever possible.
Posted by overcast on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
What do you mean by editing some of your images. Do you make the complexion appear smooth, take away the eyebags and wrinkles?

I do edit my pictures too, but in a way that if it appears dark, I adjust the brightness and the contrast. Though, I don't edit my a bit close -up face to make myself look beautiful. I know , my friends will know that it's not my actual face. ha ha ha
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
TheArticulate
I wouldn't call it "beautifying" my photos, but I do edit them before I post, especially before I post to Instagram. I have an editing style that I really like, and I prefer if all of my photos look similar in that aspect. It's a stylistic choice, really, and I only do it for photoshoots that I do as a wannabe "professional" or with models. I don't typically edit pictures I take of my myself or my family a whole lot.

All in all, I see no problem with editing your photos, even if it's to "beautify" them. Your photography is an extension of yourself, and if that's you, then that's cool!
Posted by TheArticulate on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I see your point and I admire you for that. I guess you are a natural photographer who always wants her pictures appear good and yourself beautiful. Everyone has their own way of posting their pictures.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
MushyPhilip1822
First of all, I find it's very unnecessary to post every single photo I have on Social Media but of course this belief doesn't apply to everyone. I am not against of editing photos before posting it on Facebook, maybe that person just want to look presentable and attractive to get " likes " from netizens, however I always believed that it's better to be true to ourselves. If we feel ugly on our photos, then maybe we're really are, so the best thing to do is to improve ourselves by going to the Gym, Dermatological Clinic and Hair Salon. Photo editing can never conceal our flaws permanently. If we really want to look attractive, I would suggest to invest on our health and wellness. Lastly we should not let our Social Media posts define us; let our life be the reflection of all that is beautiful within us.
Posted by MushyPhilip1822 on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I agree too. I choose what pictures I post. I just don't post my pictures. I choose the ones where I feel I am nice looking before I post them. That is how we should be when at social media, careful of what we post , so we will always look nice , And I agree we should not let the social media posts define us. My hubby and daughter always remind me not to post so much pictures of myself which I actually never do.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
DanoCath
No, I'm really not into editing or filtering my own photo. I know it's better to do enhancement towards your picture to make it pretty and beautiful to look at when you post it to your social media sites but not for me. I see it tiring and very much an annoying thing to do. I've tried editing one of my pictures but when I did I just can't make up my mind on what to choose so I end up uploading the unedited one.
Posted by DanoCath on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Sometimes, I also edit my pictures, in a way that I make it brighter when it is darkly taken. But not edit my face to make those wrinkles gone and eyebags gone too. I just don't post a picture when those gets too obvious. And just like you I also sometimes would edit the size and the appearance of my picture but would end up not posting it anymore when I seem not to be able to make it the way I like it to be. ha ha ha
Posted by SimplyD on 08-25-2017
Mehano
My own personal pictures? No, I never edit them. I only edit or ''beautify'' pictures of random things, like landscape, or nature to add some extra effect to it - make it look cooler and more memorable but I have never added any sort of filters to pictures of my own face. I don't see the point in that. Why try to be something that you aren't? It isn't right just because it's the internet. If you ever meet anybody and they've only seen your edited pictures, they will notice a big change in real life, haha.
Posted by Mehano on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Yes, that's how we beautify our picture but nt our faces. So, if you feel that you aren't beautiful in a picture then don't post it. It's better to be told that you look beautiful in real life because that's your real "you" .
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
Marvadaum
Personally, I am not a big fan of pictures neither a big fan of social medias so I don't use them much really. I think people use it to promote a reality that's not really theirs. I've met lots of people that are social media hotshots but in real life are in fact very sad and lonely. So I prefer to live life for what it is.
Posted by Marvadaum on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I am again getting not a big fan of social media too thesedays. Not because I hate the posts but because I realized I would earn and enjoy in sites like Superior Than over those social media.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
rose thornes
If I'm using it as a profile picture, I'm definitely put some filter in it but for random photos I'm too lazy to beautify it. I'm not posting every pictures I take in social media. I only choose nice photos to post and some memorable event.
Posted by rose thornes on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
What do you mean by filter? Just like you I choose only nice pictures to post and usually they are of accasion I attended or with my family and loved ones.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
rose thornes
Its like making your photos look more vintage, black and white or panoramic something like that. Adjusting the brightness, contrast, saturations of the photos to look more appealing to the eyes.
Posted by rose thornes on 09-11-2017
DenisHero
No,I mostly post them naturally.Not a fan of posting photo-shopped pictures. I noticed that girls tend to do that,in order to hide the acnee or anything wrong. However,I like to edit photos from my gallery just for fun,but never posted in social medias..To be honest,I am not very active in social medias,so I add up 1 photo per month,lets say.
Posted by DenisHero on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Yes, girls are indeed so fond of photo shopping their pictures. I wonder why they have to do that? Could it be that they want to meet someone who find your picture beautiful . Why aren't you active in social media. Don't you have lots of friends to see what they are posting also at the social media?
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
kingcool52
I don't bother with that. I just don't see the point of it because you are just trying to lie to yourself and other people that you look slightly different or even better. I don't mind if other people post them but I don't post any pictures that I have edited. All the photographs that I have posted online are natural and have nothing done to them except maybe a bit of cropping to make the photo smaller.
Posted by kingcool52 on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Well, there are actually sites that can really transform your face to a better looking sites. I sometimes do it to my close-up picture but see to it that I will cation it that it's for fun sake. Yes, usually i also crop my pictures when I post at social media specially as a profile picture at sites like this , so t will fit their specified size of profile picture. But not "beautify" my face and post it at social media.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
wallet
I never beautify my pictures before posting them n social media or somewhere else. I like to be natural and look the way I am not to use an app or photo shop. I don't understand why people are doing this....we see a beautiful woman in a picture but when we see it for real we get scared because she may look uglier?
Posted by wallet on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
That's exactly how i feel. Why indeed should some people "beautify" themselves and let others see it at social media ? Perhaps they are fishing for compliments and like and loves. And what' s the use of their likes and love when if they see you in person they will wonder why you look different and not beautiful.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
SimplyD
That's exactly how i feel. Why indeed should some people "beautify" themselves and let others see it at social media ? Perhaps they are fishing for compliments and like and loves. And what' s the use of their likes and love when if they see you in person they will wonder why you look different and not beautiful.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
giovanniiiii
I beautify them in a way that would just change the color, not beautify in a way to modify my face such as removing pimples or adjusting proportions. I also would not care too much about the outcome of a photo so I tend to beautify my photos ironically.
Posted by giovanniiiii on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Precisely , we beautify theh appearance of our photo by lghtening the background when it's dark and darkeking the picture when it is so light and the persons can't be seen anymore.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
Authord
LOL, yeah of course handsome guys like us, beautify our pictures, before posting them. i always filter my pictures, from beautifying to editing. i spend more time in beautifying my pictures and editing them with so many filters than i spend on taking the actual picture. i don't look too bad though, but some time these cameras go nuts and give you the reverse of what you think you look like. and you have to filter and edit it, to fit your taste.
Posted by Authord on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Really you do that! What's your reason of wanting it beautiful for others to see?
Posted by SimplyD on 08-26-2017
felabruno
I use an application that makes the the colors of the pictures I take with my phone brighter and sharper . Usually when I take a selfie I just change the lighting and some little details about the pictures to make it look more clear but it is not erasing my flaws. I know tons of people do this and then you see them in person and that's when you realize what they do with their pics. Anyway, people can do whatever they want with their photos.
Posted by felabruno on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
That's understandable. Sometimes we have to regulate the light when we are taking pictures indeed. Specially, when we do it against the lght . and that's indeed not correcting the flaws on your face.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
lilac123
The only type of beautifying I do is adjusting the brightness/color of my photos or adding filters. Sometimes I add a filter because it improves the lighting/it makes the colors of the photo look better. I don't really use photoshop or add stickers or anything like that. I want my photos on social media to represent who I am and I think modifying my photos too much would defeat that purpose.
Posted by lilac123 on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
Yes, I do that also, regulate or adjust the brightness of the camera. That way, the picture will be very nice to look at. But not adjust or correct any flaws om the face. Just like you, i don't want to fake my face.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
Corzhens
I don't regularly post my pictures in social media. But whenever I would, I check on the quality. And if the picture is not good then I just get another picture. I don't remember editing pictures for posting in social media because I prefer to be candid. Natural is always the best.
Posted by Corzhens on 08-24-2017
SimplyD
I absolutely agree. Natural is the best, so we don't have to "beautify" our face. It should be, waht you see is what you get for the person looking at my picture.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
jeiyyy
I sometimes do,I sometimes don't.It's not really laughable matter if a person does it.Well i must say a lot of people usually do this because they want to look beautiful and presentable who doesn't even if someone say's it's not about appearance it's about personality,i think first impression is still important and of course the first thing they will notice is of course the physical aspects.I also believe filter is the same as beautifying a person picture, it add some sort of vibrance to the picture which makes it more pleasing to the eyes. So i don't think no person who live has never, ever attempts or edited their photo.
Posted by jeiyyy on 08-25-2017
SimplyD
Yes, you are right. But doing those is not actually" beautifying" yourself but the appearance f the picture. We alway s want a nicely taken picture.Who doesn't. Though, I also tried one time Trying the app that changes the color orf the hair, eyes and lips. I must say it made me beautiful like an actress. But , i posted it with a note that i tried to " beautify " my face for fun. They oo, tried it.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
williamk
Yes, I do, I have to confess about it. Actually not my personal pictures that I enhance with the different android apps but the ones that I use to advertise my products online.
Posted by williamk on 08-25-2017
SimplyD
And that is not "beautifying" your face but the general look of the picture. Just like what a professional phtographer does- look for angles that will bring out the best feature of the person .
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
cubo
I don't do that. I don't post s many pictures either but the few pictures that I've posted I only used the regular filters.
Posted by cubo on 08-25-2017
SimplyD
I think that's what most of us does, adjust the color, brightness and angles of the whole picture for it to look overall so nice. Though as to our faces , mist of us too don't do us. We don't want to fake our face.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
tophew
I'm not really a selfie fanatic but sometimes yes i put some filtered on my pictures to look great but not over like others they post so much in instagram majority of their picture post are all good angles but for me it doesn't really matter its better to show your true you than the edited one.
Posted by tophew on 08-26-2017
SimplyD
Well, taking a pictare of you in a good example is just but a natural way of caturing our best anngle. What I mean by "beautify" is erase the wrinkles and eyebags just so you rill be beautiful in the picture.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
Anonymous
ahh okay yes i do that sometimes i let my friends edit my eyebags to look blooming :) sorry for the misunderstanding about the content.
Posted by Anonymous on 08-28-2017
SimplyD
That's okay. There's no problem about that. I just want to make it clear to you what I am really pointing out. :)
Posted by SimplyD on 09-12-2017
Tania997
It doesn't really make sense to use these. Maybe I'll say this because I don't really take a lot of selfies or post a lot of pictures on social media, but when you use these you're faking your own look. It's better to post a picture of yourself than to post a picture of a modified yourself. Society is already full of fake things, we don't need to fake our look too.
Posted by Tania997 on 08-26-2017
SimplyD
Very true. When you post a picture wherein your face is photoshopped, then you are fooling people. Though you cannot fool the friends who rall know you inreal life. Only those people who doesn't see you personnally.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
JoeMilford
No, I do not, but sometimes I really think that I probably should. Still, I feel weird about it, like I am being inauthentic or dishonest. Also, if I were to meet someone in person who thought I looked a certain way, then he or she might be disappointed or just think that I was a very vain or self-obsessed individual. However, if you have fun doing this, and it makes you feel beautiful, then go for it. Filters are fun to use, and they can accentuate your best features if you know how to use them. I had some professional pics taken recently for an author's photo for my upcoming book, and I am pretty sure the photographer used filters and manipulated some of the photos.
Posted by JoeMilford on 08-27-2017
SimplyD
Yes, i agree. You will not be comfortable meeting a new friend whom you only met on sociial media, because you know that you have been posting a fake picture of you. At least , when you post your real picture, then you will not worry if that friend will fi nally want to meet up for the first time.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-28-2017
joey98
There is no problem beautifying your photos before uploading them, why we should treat ourselves less then Hollywood stars, if you just see an actress or actor before they put any makeup, you'll run for shelter.
Posted by joey98 on 08-28-2017
SimplyD
Yes, to each his own. Each one has his preferences in life. And they too, knows what happens when their friends sees it and knows the difference.
Posted by SimplyD on 08-29-2017
Vastor122
No! I prefer my pictures raw and natural, a lot of ads now are commercializing false beauty standards a lot that you have to actually use a lot of tools just make yourself beautiful as per their own suggestions, and that for me is not the true meaning of beauty. Beauty is within us all and it will just show if we are actually confident with ourselves.
Posted by Vastor122 on 08-29-2017
tulips225
I agree with you. Why post something that doesn't show the real you. People will notice the difference and some will make comments that will only hurt you. Why give them the reason to say something bad.
Posted by tulips225 on 08-30-2017
SimplyD
Precisely, that's why we should just post pictures wherein we look good. That way, we will not hear some hurting comments behind our back when we see our friends.
Posted by SimplyD on 09-03-2017
SimplyD
Very true and that's my belief too. Why beautify your picture when your friends already know your real face. They might joke about t if you do that and met you the next day. BeSides, we know that we are beautiful as we are in the picture already. At least, it's our real look.
Posted by SimplyD on 09-03-2017
Jonathan Solomon
No, not for a long time (lol). Growing up, I would occasionally use these apps to define my muscles more or brighten up my eyes. But then I came to the mental realization that I was artificially editing myself. Basically, my mindset nowadays is, if it doesn't come natural and can't be edited with a basic filter from Instagram, then it's not worth posting. Besides, when I look at a picture, I don't want to feel like I'm being lied to on who that person actually is. So why would I do the same to others?
Posted by Jonathan Solomon on 08-29-2017
SimplyD
I actuallyhave ne time tried an app that you can choose as to what color your hair is, your lips and the make up on your eyes. It really makes one beautiful. But when I posted it, I added a caption, that I just tried the app. ha ha ha After that, I never ever tried it again. it's so artificial. I don't like it. I like people to like my picture for what I am.
Posted by SimplyD on 09-03-2017
rogel
I don't need to beautify the pictures before I post it in social media because it will remind me that I have memorable experience with the person whose in the picture. Its all about restoring memories and keeping the moments you've shared together it is not about beautifying the captured scenes to make it presentable. It shows how happy and the emotions that you have during the pictures was taken.
Posted by rogel on 08-30-2017
SimplyD
Well, editimg the picture such as its brightness. and contrast , isn't what I am trying to mean. It's actually beautifying the face that I mean. One friend , I haven't seen for years and for real but only in Facebook, appeared beautiful in the picture. But when we finally meet up , I was surprised that she is not that beautiful at all. I know now that her picture at FB is beautified. I don't want to surprise and disappoint a friend when he sees me for real.
Posted by SimplyD on 09-03-2017
pizzalover
Some people beautify their pictures before they post them on Social media, Many beautify a lot but not all. Some people just correct pimples or add a filter to make the photo lighter or something like that. They adjust the color and brightness. It depends on the creativity and the taste of that person on their photographies. I prefer natural pictures.
Posted by pizzalover on 08-31-2017
SimplyD
Yes, actually, a lot are doing that. Even a friend of mine is doing that. But when you see her in person, you would be surprised that she got a rough face and is wrinkled already. Well, just like you I prefer natural pictures and be told " You look beautiful in real life" . Isn't that nicef?
Posted by SimplyD on 09-03-2017
lovely
Well, I see nothing wrong with it, even though I don't do this I prefer my natural self.Some person would love to upload their picture they way they are but acnes and blemishes would not allow them to be great.Do you think they'll want to upload their pics that way.No,the need to add some beauty to it,which I believe is not bad.
Posted by lovely on 09-04-2017
SimplyD
Well, everyone has their own way of being perceived in pictures. However, wouldn't it be nice to just be honest with ourselves? If they don[t want to be seen with acnes, then they should take a close-up picture, right?
Posted by SimplyD on 09-12-2017
Barida
This is the reason many issues arises with what we see on digital and what is applicable in real life in the sense that if people beautify their pictures before posting it online, thus looking beautiful than they are in real life, tell me how people will trust such kind of person considering the fact that they live a fake online life that does not reflect their true personalities.

I think people should be proud of who they are, whether beautiful or ugly, handsome or not looking good, we all should learn to live a life that centres on being proud of who we are for if we do not show how proud we are of ourselves, then no other person will believe in us. I do not beautify my pictures with any app before posting it online. I like the way I a created.
Posted by Barida on 09-05-2017
SimplyD
Very well said my friend. Indeed, if the friends who will see them in person for the first time will know their real appearance, they will feel like cheated because the person isn't honest with how she/he really looks. Indeed, everyone is beautiful. We are all created in the image of God. It should be that beauty should be seen beyond the outside appearance. Thus, there's no need to use an app to beautify our picture before we post it at social media for other people to see and gush. :)
Posted by SimplyD on 09-12-2017
vinaya
I don't post too many pictures on social media. I only post pictures when something remarkable happens in my life. For example, I posted pictures of my newborn baby, or the picture of the baby when he was 50 days. When I am posting pictures on social media, I do some light and color correction, but I don't do massive editing. Since I am sharing my life even, I want the photo as much real as I can.
Posted by vinaya on 09-15-2017
sspi
No, I just make sure that the photo itself is a good shot and that there are no defects or anything that will make me regret posting it later. I am not much of a fan of enhancing and editing photos, other than some cropping actually.
Posted by sspi on 09-20-2017
babyright
I dont have the time to beatify pictures before posting them on social media because i am the busy type thinking of how to make money online.
Posted by babyright on 09-23-2017
ColdFlameChris
Nope! I'm not the type of person who always posts my pictures on social media since there's always someone I know who will post a picture together with me. I don't have time to take pictures in every event of my life. I let anyone take their pictures and I just tag along with it. I hate those people who always take pictures and post them on social media, even the tiniest thing that they did, they immediately post it online as if the world will care to know what's going on in every inch of their life.
Posted by ColdFlameChris on 11-06-2017
mar06
It depends if my picture is already great then I immediately post it but if there is something bad to it to improve so I will fix it until it make me satisfy then i will post it because is not good to see you photos in not in place.
Posted by mar06 on 01-22-2018
fishbate
It really depends on the pictures purpose. There are times that i edit pictures by including comments and other effects that can make the picture more enticing. I think there is no problem with that as long as you own the picture and your doing it for the better good.
Posted by fishbate on 04-07-2018