Talk about let-downs. While perusing a news site ("news" site is more like it), we came across the top portion of a photo that continued down off of the screen.
Imagine the excitement over the utter potential of such a risque shot when one only sees this much:
Holy Moses! Is that how they really get down when the cameras aren't around?! There's obviously a much better show to be shot here!
But then, as disappointing as yet another redundant, predictable underscored-with-the-latest-pop-single "drama" breakdown, one scrolls to view the shot in its entirety:
Just when you think some paparazzo finally scores a half-decent shot of some worthwhile "reality," your hopes are dashed yet again.
Two Spoiled Chicas + A Blindfold + Cameras = ?Equals...effing BOWLING??
C'mon MTV. You're supposed to be good at this sort of thing. Hell, according to you, it's hotter over on the set of equally-if-not-more-retarded Shot at Love with Tila Tequila and her hell-minions / "love interests" than it is in sunny southern California.
Placing a photo on a website in such a way that it is effectively cropped by its layout can drastically change the perspective of the photo.
Photographers who do so are certainly effective...if not dastardly.
...but damn do we respect you.
Photograph celebs. We all love the guilty pleasure, dammit. And anyone who says otherwise is downright lying.
Misappropriate your photographic scoop with tricksy website placement.