Instagram is debasing real photography
“… the Instagram/Hipstamatic/Snapseed etc filters are the antithesis of creativity. They make all pictures look the same. They require no thought or creative input: one click and you’re done. ”
Makes me wonder if all literacy, not just visual, will go down this lazy one-click path.
Can you apply an app to unimaginative and poorly-constructed sentences?
This article is slightly dated, but the points are still relevant.
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