Here's what your Instagram filters say about you
Colour says a lot about your feelings
LIFESTYLE Social media
According to the Daily Mail, a new study has shown that people who are happy in love and in relationships tend to post more colourful images on their Instagram versus those who are lonely and single.
The survey showed that neurotic Instagram users had a less harmonious Instagram page too, contrary to more positive people and users.
1) escape burning aircraft— Charles VanSchoonhoven Wood (@bigchaz) July 6, 2013
2) run 20ft
3) take pic
4) think about filter choice
5) post to Instagram pic.twitter.com/H1Y3vEVjO2
There was also a notable difference between and men and women users on the photo-sharing platform. Women tend to upload a broader range of colour on their Instagram while men are more cohesive with their colour choices and palettes.
The study also found that people who are extroverts also post more pops of colour.
Your Instagram filter choice can show if you're depressed https://t.co/MKQguAP0u4— The Independent (@Independent) August 23, 2016
The complete study can be found in the Journal of Information Processing & Management.
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