October 15, 2015

 

Original post: Notable.com

A few weeks ago we featured a photographer doing some pretty cool work to show how inauthentic our Instagram lives are. And now photographer Eric Pickersgill is showing us just how unreal our real lives look when we remove our handheld technology from them.

 

We’ve talked a lot about how our generation’s addiction to technology is harmful.

But seeing these powerful still images is an easy reminder of all the moments we’re missing when we’re connected to the Internet rather than connecting with others.

 

Here’s what Pickersgill has to say about the project:

The joining of people to devices has been rapid and unalterable. The application of the personal device in daily life has made tasks take less time. Far away places and people feel closer than ever before. Despite the obvious benefits that these advances in technology have contributed to society, the social and physical implications are slowly revealing themselves. In similar ways that photography...

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