>friends are having a New Years party
>decide to bring my Canon 60D
>slap on my all purpose EF-S 15-85mm
What the hell, why not.
>took about 200 pictures and 10 videos throughout the night
>got some real prime pictures of my friends
>spend the next day editing
>hours upon hours of juicy Photoshop
>got a particularly good picture of my ex
>give it extra care and send it to her
>"Wow Anon, that's really good. Ok if I use it?"
>again, what the hell, why not
>mfw she slaps a shitty instagram filter on it and uses it as her profile picture
>mfw by doing so she downsized it to 720x720
>mfw she butchered my work
>mfw she got 100+ likes
>mfw not credit
>mfw half of my other idiot friends uploaded thumnails off cloud I made for them
Fuck it, that's the last time I edit shit for idiots.
Lots of us do that, there is no reason to be judgmental about it. It's not my fault I can't get into a conversation because I don't watch shitty series and reality shows on TV.
Last time I could only say "who?" and "what?" in such a conversation and when my friends asked why I'm so "out" of these things I didn't want to say "because I have a job and I like to spend my off time creatively"
They think I'm a depressed introvert now regardless of all the photos of my trips, hikes, birds and such. I swear I get out more often then they do.
I'm thinking the same, my birthday was last month and didn't receive a single greeting from them. Also it was a tradition to get together between christmas and new years eve for a drink to catch up on recent times. Not a single invite, not even a peep from them.
Must be because I loathe facebook and all its forced bullshit and still refuse to make an account.
more likes means more people viewed the image. the image that OP took. whoever uploaded it made OP's work look like shit and now that filtered picture would have been tied to them, if photo credits were given. it makes the photographer look bad.
go back to taking pictures of your cameras sugar