It isn’t necessary to create the perfect lighting and invite professional models to take a perfect photo. Sometimes capturing something others haven’t noticed is enough. It can be, for example, an unexpected fall, a mannequin in a tree, or a threat hidden in the grass.

When you’re asked to take a closer look at the photo but you don’t really know what to look at.

A little bit of a drama makes any photo much better.

In any unknown situation always take the Titanic pose.

If you see a group of mini brachiosauruses strolling around, go take a closer look.

When the trying to be organized has goon too far:

Not just a boring roof, but a crime scene

Just a regular yard. It looks pretty normal until you zoom in and have a look around.

“My friend sent me pictures of her proposal. She told me to zoom in.”

A duck that has yet to realize what threat is hiding in the grass:

The moment Dad starts crying:

When it’s too cold outside:

There is no mirror there.

The Russian Batman

This hairdresser knows how to keep his clients refreshed.

“I asked my sister why she took a picture of the fridge, she told me to look closer.”

A professional level of disguise

Maybe she’s waiting for her prince too.

When you think someone’s watching you and someone really is.

If you can’t understand what this poster is for, take a closer look.

Be more attentive when giving way to an ambulance.

“My girlfriend creeped me out with this one.”

When you see it:

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