The Social Media Effect
Just like anything else in life, social media has a definite life cycle. That life cycle has several critical elements and one feeds off of the other. It goes around and when the life cycle has reached its end, it starts all over again.
Geolocations are gathered from the physical location of your mobile device, which allows users to store or tag their content to those coordinates. Keep in mind, this only applies if you tell Instagram to publicize your location.
So what is the effect? Social media has long lasting effects and the fallout is starting to be felt around the world. So the question is how do we combat the social media effect and limit the global fallout?
Recent BLOG POSTS
Author: Andy Hutchinson (Sublime South)
Beauty spots across the world are being ruined thanks to a new generation of photographers who care only about their standing on social media and not about the landscape they exploit.
Author: Tassiegrammer (Project RawCast)
Landscape & travel photographers, I am sure we have all done this before – we find the most incredible, scenic location, photograph it, share it onto our social media profiles, add as many hashtags or account mentions as we can in our captions hoping to get it re-shared by larger accounts therefore amplifying the images and our own personal reach.