That most likely he does not need it. He doesn't want to prove anything to anyone. And if he puts pictures. Animals, flowers, some characters, this speaks of his insecurity. I'm just planning to talk about this in more detail on my profile. After all, the profile of social networks is the same questionnaire as when applying for a job, there one way or another it is clear how a person lives Link: https://www.instagram.com/mary.suleva
This characterizes him not unambiguously, but certainly not from the worst side. There can be a great many reasons why a person would not want to post their photos on social networks. From the banal - the usual secrecy and shyness, to the completely natural - simple reluctance. It is difficult to judge a person by one external manifestation and certainly give him any objective assessment.
In my opinion, if people posted less information about themselves on social networks, it would not be worse for them. ... It would rather be better.
But ... People are all different, therefore, if someone really wants to do it, then of course, regardless of the consequences, it is necessary to upload and display. Let everyone see how you relax, what you eat, what you live with. Let everyone know what you breathe, what you think and what you are doing at this moment and even for a second. Well, if a person has such a need, then why not? The main thing is that the relatives and friends of such a person do not suffer from this act, or that they know how communication with him may end.
As a person who hangs out on all sorts of publics with sharp topics, I will say this: there are a lot of "dummy" accounts created by trolls of different directions. I noticed this: if someone discusses a topic culturally, then he has more - less real. Even if there is no photo in ava, then there is news, other photos or pictures. That is, it is an active user. But if the opponent constantly crawls into the bottle, insults, then almost always these are "dummies", where there is only one news - about the change of ava.
characterizes as a normal person who does not want to shine a face in a garbage dump .. on the Internet, that is
therefore, you should not attach such great importance to this and look for a cat in a dark room when she is not there
I think who needs to post their photos in social. networks, let no one forbids them. And the rest don't, for various reasons. So why talk about people who do not want to do as society imposes on them. Everyone lives their own life. And others have no right to judge what a person does on the Internet or on his page. This is his own business.
As a person who does not want to exhibit his photographs)) And he does the right thing, he does it like a drink, and the fake is blinded: D In general, experts recommend shining less personal data, any guarantees of their safety are actually worthless.
It is strange that no one answered the following: this characterizes you as an absolutely adequate intelligent person who does not seek to show off his appearance, money, car, travel, family, children, who does not show off his personal display. Few people are interested in personal, even your friends. And it often provokes addiction. One photo is enough.
This means that a person has either complexes or phobias. It also seems to me that this may be an unjustified sign of protest against the system of social networks, if you are logged into this system, accept it. But this is not certain)
So that I don't know anything about him, he even adds to the emergency, but I'm interested, but it turns out that there is no access, but I really want to talk, put a snack or leave a comment, I have to find other ways to convey my feelings.
If we take it from our experience, then this is an attempt to live the life of some character, an absolutely fictional, mysterious person. There was a case when I created such a page, put on the ava any actors in unusual images (for example, Jason Statham with hair on his head from the movie "London", or thin and bald Tom Hardy during his youth). In fact, he played the role of a stranger who could listen to the stories of any person without expressing any judgments.
In fact, nothing. Everything is individual. (But I am more inclined to believe that a page not stuffed with photographs speaks of a person who feels important even without the opinion of others)
I stopped posting photos for a long time; certain impressions and experiences (I keep such in the gallery of my smartphone), but I can't get likes of some people)
Instagram for me is like an information flow, it's a pity that there is a minimum of actual worthwhile content, and it can be difficult to find.
I will reveal the secret: an infinite number of Selfies on a page speaks of inadequately high self-esteem, a high level of pride, egocentrism, etc. But at the same time, again, I repeat, everything is purely individual, perhaps photographs of oneself beloved are associated with personal benefit (work, for example).
Describes as a person with a claim to their own importance. Like "I'm too cool / too famous / I'm a crime boss / I have a lot of enemies / I have a lot of fans / they follow me" (underline as appropriate)
Sometime in the early 2000s, I published my report on the symbolism of flowers on the presi website. Soon an American woman wrote a Book, though a fictional one, on the same topic with the same literature. She earned on it - I don’t .. So, in principle, the network works, social networks live by selling information and it does not matter about you, about what you do or think. Now FB is just full and more interested in Skolkovo or Rusnano than ordinary users. Politicians and other tinsel on the net ... An informative market and manipulation of society are built from this. You need it. so someone would rate your wrinkles at 54 and tell you how to live ...?)
no way. Too often I see that a page without photos can belong to both a notorious girl or a guy, and to quite socialized and confident people (thanks to classmates). In the second case, they simply do not have the habit and need to show themselves, they don’t need it. there are still people who just don't like taking pictures. here only in the process of communication it is possible to find out who is from where
There are several acquaintances who have an account on Instagram, but they do not post pictures and do not like. I always thought that they just created a long time ago and abandoned it. But no, it turned out that they regularly add friends to their subscriptions, and regularly watch stories. They themselves say that they do not sit in the insta, and do not post pictures because this is personal .. they always wanted to say a saying about the curious Barbarian, I think doing this is snobbery. Why add followers if you are not sitting? Remove the account if you say that you are not sitting. If you don't want to show pictures to others, you judge by yourself that there are the same curious barbarians around ...
I do not exhibit, because I do not consider it necessary. I don't want my appearance to somehow influence my communication with people, so even in reality I try to be as neutral as possible. I have a rather narrow social circle, besides my family, no more than four people and none of them is interested in my appearance, which means there is no point in uploading my photos.
For me, these are not healthy people.
A social network is a place of mass gathering with certain patterns of behavior and a model of self-expression as well. You can simply express yourself thanks to the uploaded photo, not to mention posts, comments, etc.
If people on the street are given the choice to wear a mask that completely covers your face and at the same time they will not stumble upon public indignation, it will be something similar, but no longer online.
And all these attempts to protect yourself are complete nonsense, those who pose a danger to you will get you out of the ground and it doesn't matter if you have a photo or not.
Such a person does not want to attract anyone's attention on social networks with his persona, and there can be a huge number of reasons for this. Some of them are listed by users who answered earlier.
In my personal opinion and experience, people who do not exhibit their photos, as a rule, are either introverts or live with some special principle that affects their public life or lack thereof, as well as people dissatisfied with their appearance.
And sometimes a person is simply not at all attached to social networks. He just doesn't have the habit of uploading anything. Once I registered on someone’s advice and never learned to show myself to everyone) and that's it. For a person, a model is simply to forget about such things.
Sometimes I see myself like this now. There are so many deeds and events in life that there is simply no time to think about your page anywhere. Although it seemed important before.
Doesn't characterize in any way. For example, I have quite a lot of photos - with friends and family, and selfies, but I don't want to post them. Because what once got on the Internet will never go away from there. Even the most harmless photographs can reveal a lot about a person (from the background of the photo to metadata, where the camera and location at the time of shooting, for example) are indicated.
Among my friends and acquaintances there are also many who do not really like upload your photos. And everyone has their own reasons: someone is dissatisfied with their appearance (and even despite the fact that this person really looks very good), someone does not want to cause unnecessary rumors about moving to another city, someone is ashamed that he will not meet the fashionable standards of avatars for lack of a good camera, and so on.
In general, a short conclusion: each with its own pens. If you want to get to know a person better, then start communicating with him, and after long pleasant conversations, most likely, the impression of his appearance will be more pleasant and smoother.
Everything is individual. The reasons can be different: from the secrecy of a person to his profession (for example, the military, employees of the FSB, riot police and other government agencies are not encouraged to live an active life in social networks).
I don’t post my photos in social networks because I’m not photogenic. THAT'S ALL. Maybe people are ashamed of their appearance, maybe they don't have a "normal camera", etc.
And if you do not want to provide your personal data to everyone you meet on the street, does this somehow characterize you? Obviously, in my opinion, not. A person has every right not to show himself if he is so comfortable. He is registered in social networks, mostly for himself, and not for those who will visit his page in the future. The latter, if it is so interesting, can simply ask for a photo - if the person who wrote it does not like it, you can always politely end the conversation without offending anyone.