Instagram Account “Influencers In The Wild” Exposes People Who Are Willing To Do Anything For a Photo

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If you have ever wondered how influencers (or other people obsessed with their social media accounts) take those perfect pictures, Influencers In The Wild is here to show you. This Instagram account exposes them in their natural habitat, sharing the crazy behind-the-scenes moments with the rest of us. Scroll down to see the best examples!

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

Ridiculous Instagram influencing in action.

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  1. E.A.Presley January 30, 2020

    The things people do for attention…

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  2. People = shit.

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  3. All I see is digital prostitutes.

  4. .. what are they influencing exactly?
    I used Instagram for about 2 years. Eventually got bored – the comments are bullshit, and photos as medium is kind of boring. It’s pretty photos over and over again, until you start seeing same themes over and over again. I mean.. the novelty of a photo no matter how “amazing” wears off REALLY fast.
    It is like looking at impressionist art every day for hours.
    anyone I followed came off as boring eventually as they simply lack the creative medium – how many images of some animal, or some travels can I watch? 1 .. 10.. 50? And then what?
    I rather go and do more mundane things irl, than watch someone do something supposedly fun.

    So proudly deleted my instagram. Absolutely nothing changed. I think I even used those few hours a month I spent on instagram to actually do valuable stuff, like more business, reading, actual traveling.
    So all in all – I have no idea why people even continue using soc media that much, as it is simply repetitive. And I have no idea how one builds any life choices around someone taking photos and then suggesting some products.
    I mean.. it sounds like a super lazy advertizement. At least on TV they go “ok, here is a problem, and here is big price, and ineffective solutions – and WE have a better solution [product]”… Instagram just goes “here are pretty photos. Buy [unrelated product]”. lmao.

    • There are many people influenced by their fake profiles and fake world of glamour.
      Same as people are influenced by Trumps lies and the fake news on Fox.

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    • The framed pictures hanging in my house are photos of places I’ve visited and taken by my self. Each one is a framed memory and not someone’s depiction of a place they have imagined or never been

  5. Another problem with current photo trends – there are SO MANY overtly fake and happy photos, that they are all looking similar.
    And you start to notice people who have more random party photos, where people are caught in the moment. E.g. Someone with lots of event photos from family and social life is more interesting than someone with endless ‘perfect’ photos

  6. stupidity 101

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