New Photo Trend Alert: ‘Fakecationing’ . . . Where You Take Fake Vacation Photos in Front of Pictures of Exotic Places
Do you feel like a loser when your friends on Facebook are constantly posting incredible vacation photos from around the world? Well now, you can make THEM feel like garbage without even leaving your house.
There’s a new photo trend online called ‘Fakecationing,’ where people take FAKE vacation photos. It’s basically photos of them in front of PHOTOS of exotic places. Get it?
The main technique is to put a photo of a beach or the pyramids or the Eiffel Tower up on your TV or computer screen . . . then pose in front and frame the photo so it looks like you’re there.
Some people are even faking those “hot dog legs” beach photos, by posing their fingers like legs. (Buzzfeed) (Here are some examples and some “behind-the-scenes” shots of how you take one.)
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