Be­hind The Cam­era

In a world where your In­sta­gram pres­ence seems to be life, how far you would go for a like – and is it healthy? Look de­cided to in­ves­ti­gate...

Look (UK) - - COVER STORY - By Giselle Wain­wright, lucy Devine, han­nah Banks-walker

hen it comes to so­cial me­dia, hon­estly, we’re still its big­gest fan. Who doesn’t love a flat­ter­ing selfie or an envy-in­duc­ing brunch shot? Or check­ing in at the lat­est pri­vate mem­bers’ club? In fact, the aver­age per­son now spends 21 min­utes a day on Insta, while the

Wphoto-shar­ing app re­cently hit 700m global users – proof that we’re ut­terly, to­tally ad­dicted. But while up­dates, snaps and tag­ging seem harm­less, even celebs like Rosie H-W and Kim K have re­alised it’s time to get real. That’s why this is our #Ge­treal is­sue, where we’re high­light­ing the haz­ards and traits that the likes (lit­er­ally) of In­sta­gram have fuelled...

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