Friday, February 16, 2018

This Man Hilariously Captures What Taking Instagram-Worthy Photos Is REALLY Like

Nowadays, there's no such thing as just sharing a photo on your Instagram. No. It's a full affair now. You have to start thinking about the photo even before you've taken it! Do you have a good background? How's the lighting? What's your pose? Did you make sure people weren't in the shot to ruin the photo? Did your friend take enough photos for you to choose from? Do you have a slew of apps to put the photo through so you can choose the perfect combination of filters? Did you craft an apt caption? Honestly, I'm just tired thinking about the process! And don't try to deny it, we've all been that person who's pressured their friends or boyfriends to take a flawless photo. 

At its core, Coachella is a place where people come together to listen to their favorite artists perform live. But it's become so much more than just a music festival. It's prime time for you to get those Instagram-worthy photos. The music and dancing comes later! Because really, if you attended Coachella and didn't take that classic photo of you posing in front of the Ferris wheel, then did you even go to Coachella? 

Travis Henning went to Coachella with his girlfriend and decided to show her what it was like to be her own personal photographer. The best part of it all is that he filmed his little parody for everyone to see. And it's remarkable how easily he's managed to capture what we all sound and look like when taking these Instagram photos.

You can show up to Coachella in these adorable outfits, but it doesn't mean anything if there isn't photographic evidence of you wearing them. So rock those outfits and choose your pose wisely. These photos will last forever on your Instagram.

These supermodels are demonstrating the classic "peace sign, legs up" pose to celebrate being at the famous music festival. 

Travis manages to nail the pose in an instant. He's even got the right picture-perfect angle down.

Another popular pose is standing with your back to the camera. It's a way of showing how happy you are to be there.

Travis really should become an Instagram model. He has a natural talent!

If you want to see Travis' version of "Pose naturally with the Ferris wheel in the background," watch the video below! And get ready for some delightful commentary from him. 

If this video has you saying, "Yup, that's me," then he definitely did it right!


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