- Darker photos, more gray than normal or blue.
- Black and white photos with the Inkwell filter.
- Photos with few people, which shows fewer social contacts.
- Broken face in the selfie.
- Few likes in the photos.
For the study’s needs, researchers asked 166 volunteers to share their photos on popular social media and together with their mental health history. Of these, 71 were diagnosed for the last three years with clinical depression.
So they surveyed about 44,000 photos about the brightness, shade, and color chosen by Instagram users through a computer technique that they claim can diagnose depression with 70% accuracy.
The study also found that the healthiest and cheerful people tend to use brighter filters, such as Valencia for example.
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