11% Of Instagram Pictures Claiming To Have #Nofilter Are Lying – Yahoo Finance
I guess tonight he had something like a panic attack. He started hyperventilating. He almost passed out. He started hyperventilating. His blood pressure dropped. Its just one of those weird things. Im just glad hes okay. Considering his medical history, White thinks the No. 12 UFC heavyweight should contemplate retiring from mixed martial arts.
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Bryce Petty had some trouble playing virtual golf (Video) | Dr. Saturday – Yahoo Sports
Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done . View photo Jan 1, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Baylor Bears quarterback Bryce Petty (14) throws during the first half against the UCF Knights in the Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium. (Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports) Coming off the first Big 12 title in program history, expectations are sky-high for Baylor heading into 2014. Despite the expectations, senior quarterback Bryce Petty seems to still be enjoying his offseason. Petty was enjoying some virtual golf when he had a bit of a mishap. Luckily for us, the funny moment was caught on tape. Petty went to launch a drive, but when the ball ricocheted off of the screen toward him he tossed his club in efforts to avoid the ball.
Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done 11% Of Instagram Pictures Claiming To Have #Nofilter Are Lying By Maya Kosoff 53 seconds ago 0 shares . E!/”#RichKids Of Instagram” You have a reason to be skeptical the next time you see a picture tagged #nofilter on your Instagram feed. According to a study from Spredfast , which was picked up by Mashable ,says 11%, or about 8.6 million pictures, on Instagram with a #nofilter tag actually do have a filter. The social media marketing company and Facebook advertising partner gathered the data from Facebook’s public API, using the most recent 100,000 photos with a #nofilter tag in Instagram. The #nofilter tag is one of the photo-sharing platform’s most popular hashtags. It’s used by humblebragging Instagram users to let their followers know when they post a picture without placing one of Instagram’s built-in filters over it. Of the 11% of the #nofiltered photos that were filtered, the most commonly used filter was Amaro (15%), followed by Valencia (12%) and XPro II (10%), according to Mashable . Filter Fakers is also calling out fake #nofilter users: it’s a website dedicated to posting Instagram users’ fake #nofilter photos. Filter Fakers also has a “Faker Catcher” feature that lets you copy and paste any Instagram photo’s URL.
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