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    Kate Moss and Harry Styles lose out to Big Ben: almost two thirds of people prefer landscapes and nature photography to celeb shots and selfies

    London, UK, 13th November 2014 – ASUS, a leading vendor of high-quality smartphones and tablets, today reveals that selfies and celeb photographs are losing out to landscapes and nature photography online. In a survey of social media users, almost two thirds were more likely to ‘like’, share or engage with a photo of a landscape, nature scene, animals or landmarks, compared to posts containing photos focused on people.



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    Re: Asus competition finds selfies and celeb photographs are losing out to landscapes and nature ph
    • Almost two thirds of people prefer photographs of landscapes and nature over celebs and selfies on social sites such as Facebook and Instagram
    • Photo of Kate Moss and Harry Styles received 55% fewer likes than a shot of London’s Ben Big
    • ASUS, in partnership with London College of Communication and Instagrammer @London, announces winners of the ZenFone 5 LTE photography competition

    Points 1 and 2 seem quite refreshing


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