Sharing that you are interesting enough to be at <insert gorgeous destination> with friends, family and strangers is usually high on travel lists. This behaviour is unregulated and has been encouraged by governing bodies despite the obvious deleterious side effects. These include, but are not limited to, car park congestion, excessive digital trash and the poorly documented partner teethious grindious syndrome.
The happy snap is a growing problem and affects a large percentage of the community. Do you feel the pressure to get the perfect shot? Has your face been blessed with an “offbeat” look? Do your travel companions need dental work after spending a weekend away with you? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions we are here to help.
We at She Does Lines have been personally affected by this growing problem and are dedicated to combating the issue. Our latest campaign, Horrendous Faces in Gorgeous Places, is committed to promoting quick, thoughtless photography. Every hump day we will be posting the latest horrendous face in a gorgeous place on the shedoeslines Instagram page (please note that these photos will probably result in the opposite of a hump). Join us and help fight for digital photography off cuts by sending in your ‘Horrendous Faces in Gorgeous Places’ shot to firstname.lastname@example.org, hashtagging your horrendous faces with #shedoeslines, following the shedoeslines Instagram page and checking in to see the latest snaps below.
Together we can make a difference.