@Makeitstop is right. This is really just kind of entertaining (in a gaping-jaw type of way… like “What the heck are these people thinking?”) but also can be used in an educational manner when discussing with people why one must pay what we charge if they want truly professional work. And while the quality and value of a professional’s work does vary in level with some being better than others (and often subsequently charging a lot more and having clients seek them out from far away), fauxtography seems to oddly follow a lot of the same patterns and fauxtographers often seem to follow personality/intelligence patterns as well. I haven’t figured that out yet.
This person posted a blurry awful shot in a group asking “color or b&w?” Well, if you have to ask, neither. Then I saw the rest of her work.