As technology evolves, we seem to drift away from the physical world and emerge ourselves into small screens that are almost windows to this world where we do and be whatever we want. As we transcend into this digital era, the awareness of our surroundings sometimes has no importance to us at that very moment we are staring at these screens.
We are so obsessed in this digital world that what should be important to us, like family gatherings, a walk in the park, and talking to friends, are slowly but surely becoming less and less important as we increasingly get obstructed by digital content.
We stare at the screen all the time. At the bus stop, while we’re eating… Gosh! Even when we have someone right in front of us, talking to us, we always seem to slip away and take a pick on our phones because it is there where we think the most important things in life are happening, and it is. Our obsession with digital content is making us fall into the oblivion of our own reality.
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All photos taken with the Fuji X-T3 / XF56mm F1.2 R
Digital Media Producer, born in Brazil and living between Switzerland and Portugal. Specialized in branded content, photo and video production for social media and social media management.