These pictures suggest an effortlessly great photo is often exactly the opposite – Ireland

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The photos we share on social media are often a distorted representation of our lives, so when Twitter users started sharing the pictures behind the pictures, it was a refreshing change of pace.

Twitter user @GavinGarcia12 got the ball rolling with this wonderfully contrasting set of images.

The only way I could pull these photos off is with a great support system pic.twitter.com/EIlnh88wik

It took a team of three and a trusting grip to get that magnificent shot.

And as for Gavin’s profile picture, it turns out a well-placed rock and a strong core were part of the equation.

How do you explain this pic.twitter.com/LL1GfbPuLU

A sat on a rock and laid out as straight as possible

The tweets got others thinking about the ways they set up great photos. Can we get a round of applause for this faux-bed setting?

When you need to make it look like you’re laying in a bed, but you can’t ruin your backdrop by leaning against the wall…. you build a bed out of a desk chair 😂 pic.twitter.com/93JMCa6qOy

A work of art in itself.

this is ART

And it’s not just humans who benefit from a little extra elbow grease behind the scenes. This doggo had to put in the hard yards for this exquisite photo.

Same pic.twitter.com/5sT7i7ahXZ

The lesson? The curated selection of images you see on social media are often not as effortless as they look, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be appreciated.

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