Frustrated girlfriends complain about how they succeed in taking perfect photos of their friends – while only receiving VERY unflattering photos in return
- Hilarious online gallery reveals boyfriends with terrible photography skills
- Women take flattering snapshots from their partners – but they fail to pay back the favor
- Friends' photos are blurry, have poor lighting and capture uncomfortable moments
These women have learned to learn better when it comes to trusting their other half to take a decent picture of them.
Frustrated friends from all over the world have been on the internet to share photos that their friends have taken of them – and that is in stark contrast to the deliberate photos they have taken of their partner.
Compiled in a gallery by Bored Panda, women complain about the regrettable photography skills of their other half.
A man caught his girlfriend halfway through a large piece of sushi – while she bit a flatterer who posed with chopsticks.
Another portrayed a picture of his girlfriend, napping with a cap over her head and her playsuit that drove over her thighs – taking an attractive photo of him playing on his video game console.
Here FEMAIL has brought together some of the funniest photos of girlfriend and boyfriend that many of us can identify with.
Twitter user T & # 39; Chahal, from Santa Cruz, admitted that his girlfriend Susan Roya snapped a flattering moment of him on a sushi date – while he bit her halfway
A frustrated Reddit user has shared this pair of images to show the difference between photos she takes of her boyfriend and photos he takes of her – and she has our sympathy
Anna Clendening, from Los Angeles, took an atmospheric photo of her other half overlooking the view – but he failed to repay the favor
Clumsy eating moments were definitely a general trend, with many friends such as Tabitha Sponaugle's capturing their girls in the middle of the chomp
While this friend was relaxing a cool shot of her boyfriend in a swimming pool, he failed to take a decent picture of her posing at a lighthouse – instead, she photographed the moment of her retreat
Alex, from Fort Worth, Texas, was not impressed when her boyfriend took a picture of her in her evening meal – after a sultry & # 39; of course & # 39; shot of him
Twitter user Mrs. Professor RJ Lupine had left desperately because of her husband's ability to catch her at the worst moment during her vacation
Twitter user gen.c.c., from Taguig City, managed to take a cool, sincere picture of her other half – while he fingered her in the middle of the eyes
It was the same story about the pond in Surrey, where a boy tied up a photo of his girlfriend Izobel with a cap on her head and her playsuit above her thighs – while she took an attractive photo of him playing on his video game console
Ashlynn from New Orleans made her wait for her boyfriend to take a pose to have his picture taken – while he caught her just as she had put something warm in her mouth
Jaden Olson was happy with this charming portrait of her boyfriend – but her expression in the photo he took of her probably summarizes what she thinks about it
Sharndeep from Seattle got stuck with this photo that her friend bit her – especially because her skills to take photos are clearly about to be
Another example of a friend who doesn't understand, it's never a good idea to take photos halfway through the meal
Anthonia from California certainly convinces her partner when it comes to capturing the moment on a camera
An improvised bedroom photo shoot saw Sam Krahn take a pensive photo of her friend lying on the bed – while he thought it was a good idea to take a moment of her from the shower
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