Do you think people put too much, too little, or just enough energy into the way they depict their lives through photos on social media? Why?
Almost a little too much, in my opinion. I feel as though they make it out to be more glamorous than it really is. Sure some people are posting fabulous pictures of the Eiffel Tower in France, or pictures of Frankfurt, Germany, butt he filters make them out to be so much more than that. Like something out of the movies that you see and you think 'I want my life to be like that'. But, just as Ms. Fink said "The overall intent, she said, is not to inspire envy, but simply, to inspire. “If I knew any of the posts made someone feel bad, I’d remind them that the world is their oyster, too, and they need to start shucking."
Do you ever look forward to events because you know that you will post photos afterward?
No, not particularly. I look forward to events because I think they might be fun, or worth my while. Sure, I might post some photos afterwards but that wasn't the point of the evening to me.
Is there any thing wrong with that?
I don't think so. If that's what a person chooses to do, then fine by me.