More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

When traveling to beautiful places, it's inevitable not to take photos and - at the very least - post them on your social networks, right? Well then, it's better to start being more creative when writing your compositions, according to research by Sony Mobile.

The company's survey, called #XperiaNewPerspectives, found that more than half of the photographs taken at the world's most “clicked” tourist spots are EXACTLY EQUAL!

To give you an idea of ​​the proportion, the data shows that 85% of the photos taken on Machu Picchu, for example, are the same angle! This results in about half a million identical images on Instagram.

Other points that follow this trend include the Fontana di Trevi in ​​Italy, where 74% of photos are from the same three angles, and Mount Fuji in Japan, with 77% of equal images.

Here in Brazil, for example, about 71% of Christ the Redeemer images posted on Instagram are similar to each other.

Along with this data, the survey also revealed that 47% of people are tired of seeing the same pictures and 52% of them are more likely to like a new composition.

New angles

Sony, not at all smart, took advantage of this wave of lack of creativity to promote its Xperia XZ smartphone.

The company invited three award-winning travel photographers, handed them the device and challenged them to capture the best-known sights from new perspectives. The result was as follows:

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

More than half of photos on Instagram sights are the same

Are your photos within the search, ie are they the same as everyone else's, or are they photographed from different angles, coming out of sameness? Leave your answer in the comments section!