A content moderator at TikTok recently filed a lawsuit against the company due to the trauma caused by disturbing graphic videos. and it’s not just the content – according to the lawsuit, moderators are exposed to an enormous amount of it, which seriously affects their mental health.
A grandfather’s camera roll of accidental and mishap photos has gone viral after he kindly gave away his old iPad to his grandson who then posted them on TikTok
I’ve been intrigued by the power of TikTok for a little while, particularly the popularity of it as a place for top tips. But how good are those tips? And do they actually work? For the sake of science and DIYPhotogaphy, I decided to find out. For 7 days I tried the top photography tips that TikTok had to offer. Here’s how it went.
Lighting isn’t something that many of us take into consideration for our social media. Sure, if we’re posting photographs of our clients to social media, they’re already lit anyway, but if we’re shooting images or videos that are just for social media, it’s usually ignored. Because, well, it’s just social media, right?
Well, there’s a lot you can do in terms of lighting for social media that’s fairly simple to achieve. You can do it with some relatively inexpensive gear and it’s pretty easy to set up, too. In this video, Mark Wallace walks us through a number of different types of lights and lighting setups to show how we can get the most out of our setups for social media.
Instagram has introduced quite a lot of changes lately. The latest one seems to be inspired by its biggest competitor, TikTok, and it’s not the first time. From now on, Instagram’s Search will look much more like the one on TikTok, offering you topics rather than just accounts and hashtags.
A life-threatening TikTok challenge has reportedly been going around. It’s called “Blackout Challenge” and it encourages kids to choke themselves until they pass out. Sadly, many have attempted to do it, and at least three of them have lost their lives so far.
A young woman recently shared a TikTok video of herself confronting a street photographer in Washington. She publicly called him a creep for taking photos of her and went on ranting even after he deleted the images. “TikTok, do your thing,” she wrote in the caption. And TikTok did –her followers called out on her instead of the photographer.