Pronašli apsurdne fotografije svojih zanimanja pa su ih podijelili sa svima.
Ilustrativne fotografije često se koriste u marketingu i medijima, a iako mogu biti vrlo učinkovita zamjena zamjena originalnim fotografijama, generičke fotografije ponekad su toliko apsurdne da nije jasno što se točno želi reći.
Taj apsurd istaknuli su korisnici Twittera koji su na društvenim mrežama podijelili generičke fotografije koje bi trebale ilustrirati njihova zanimanja. Među takvim fotografijama našle su se ''znanstvenice'' koje provode eksperimente u laboratoriju u traper jakni, marketinški stručnjaci koji nose laptop i poslovno odijelo na plažu, biolozi koji škaricama režu makete DNA...
Je li se među fotografijama možda našao i vaš posao, svakako pogledajte u nastsavku, sigurni smo da će vas ove fotke dobro zabaviti.
As a psychiatrist, I always compassionately take notes of how my patients are chewing parts of their bodies off.#badstockphotosofmyjob pic.twitter.com/Lky09WtA50— Vlad Stroescu (@Vlad_Stroescu) September 9, 2022
As an archaeologist, I too routinely take a pick axe to a fully articulated dinosaur skeleton...— Dr. Holly Walters (@Manigarm) August 14, 2022
...just to show those paleontologists who's boss!#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/oAhfjnhgAC
As an astronomer I can't live without my lab coat and goggles. You have no idea how many times they've prevented dark matter from staining my shirts and comet dust from getting in my eyes#badstockphotosofmyjob pic.twitter.com/H6O1ryciXV— Dr James O'Donoghue (@physicsJ) June 14, 2021
Most people don’t realize this, but an important part of being a librarian is poking computer screens. #badstockphotosofmyjob #librarian pic.twitter.com/6NtawDCVb5— Kristin Wright (@The_Wright_Book) June 23, 2020
Ah yes, in the Emergency Room we always whEEL OUR PATIENTS HIGH SPEED VERY FAST ZOOM ZOOM through the hallways on hijacked EMS stretchers. So fast the patients get whiplash. Much speed. Very emergency.#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/5hJF0ru18D— 🔱SwayMark Stan🔱Krejcrnak Stan🔱 (@CommanderVolkov) June 25, 2020
As an environmental researcher, I often use the microscope with black sunglasses while my colleague stares into the void. #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/ZKAkTdj0QX— Shardul Prabhu (@prabhu_shardul) June 22, 2020
Nope.— AnonyVet (@Anonyvet) September 25, 2021
That’s not going to work….#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob#BadStockPhotos#vettwitter#vetlife pic.twitter.com/vlP1tnt7Ws
As a facility manager, I find I can get the best performance from my buildings if I gently pet them and reassure them that's it's all going to be ok. I also find I can best detail my facility assessments on a completely blank upside-down tablet computer. #badstockphotosofmyjob pic.twitter.com/dooSaIzGMT— Joe Selby (@tex_storm) June 23, 2020
Ah yes. An accurate representation of game development.— Jennifer Scheurle (@Gaohmee) August 13, 2020
Gamedev -> Income#badstockphotosofmyjob pic.twitter.com/1myBlgrKES
All pharmacists know the best way to dispense medicine is just to throw all your pills into the air and just see what happens #badstockphotosofmyjob pic.twitter.com/1qhtb4DZcB— Melinda (@melindajames_) June 24, 2020
What paleontologist doesn't need a magnifying glass to figure out that their shiny new specimen is, in fact, a Halloween decoration from a chain store?#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/CcA6a5DOdc— Dr. Lisa Buckley 🦖🦃🐾🐾 (@Lisavipes) June 28, 2020
Worst. Tumor board. Ever.#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/9p71bQB5gn— Mark Lewis (@marklewismd) August 24, 2020
As a Brewster I can confirm I while away many hours pipetting beer out of a conical flask - how else do you check beer #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/TldKRaiyXG— ray ray (@rayraybrewster) June 28, 2020
Literally can’t count the number of marketing meetings I’ve taken in a full suit, on the beach. #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/A6sQO1iyG6— Whitney (@turnd0wn4whit) June 25, 2020
Typical cataloger relaxing with her air horn #badstockphotosofmyjob #librarylife pic.twitter.com/0YsxSFQ0T2— The Book Wizard (@bibliotudinous) June 30, 2020
Just discovered #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob and this is exactly what my job looks like: pic.twitter.com/IuwJiHVu4r— Asu ROCKS - Olga Andriyenko (@ASUrelle) June 25, 2020
As a #palaeontologist I give shots to skulls of non-extinct animals #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob #palaeontology #science pic.twitter.com/bmYiLmPHC3— fossilrich (@fossilrich1) March 3, 2020
as a digital artist this is definitely how i paint on my laptop to get that super authentic paint texture #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/WyYiO0t2OF— Soko 🐏 (@sokodraws) June 26, 2020
Bad Stock Photos Of My Job:— Laurel Coons 🧬🧬🧬 (@LaurelCoons) November 16, 2021
🧬Just in case you are looking for a CRISPR-Cas9 protocol
🔧Covalent bonds are so stubborn
✂️This is how we cut DNA, don’t let anyone tell you differently#MolecularBiology#BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/Z5eZpBe7j5
I always give a thumbs up after a pelvic exam, it’s so not creepy at all #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/wzOW0ULr1f— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) May 6, 2018