I am not one of those people who tries to live their life through the lens of a smartphone camera as so many others tend to do. Admittedly, I do take pictures of my carpentry projects for Instagram to share with that community, but I don't take selfies or pictures of my food. For the most part, I don't often take pictures of other people's cars either unless for a humorous reason.
I see Lamborghinis pretty often and Ferrari of Atlanta is actually on the other end of town, but off the same road as my neighborhood, so they are nothing rare enough to have their picture taken by me either. When I daily drove my MGB, people would take pictures of me on the road or stop to ask permission to do so in parking lots pretty regularly. None of this bothered me because it comes with the territory of driving something uncommon in the age of social media since everyone always has a camera in their pocket. But I have noticed a problem with all of this availability of content sharing twice recently...