It’s no secret that people post pictures of their vacations on social media to make others jealous, and it seems that need to make others envious has led to folks faking their trips.
That’s right, some people are actually posting fake vacation pictures on social media, and there’s even a company that’s making it easier to do so. Fake-A-Vacation, a photo editing service out of Nebraska, will superimpose your regular photos in front of fake backgrounds, like beaches in Miami, the waters of Niagara Falls and more, all for the purposes of showing off.
And fake vacation pictures are certainly cheaper than going on a real trip, although they are less fun. Packages start at just $19, and all folks have to do is send in their regular photos, with the company suggesting what clothes to wear for the backgrounds they choose.
The need for such fake photos is so big the company is also about to add two more options, FakeATrip, which is designed or celebrites and influencers, and GetMeMotivated, which will create travel images to inspire folks to take trips.
Source: New York Post
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