No, it doesn't affect me, really. You could start an account and take half naked iPhone selfies and probably get more followers than I do in a couple of weeks, but this doesn't mean that the photos are better than mine. It depends on what people want to see and follow, and I think the majority of people on social media want to see beautiful, skinny fashiony perfection rather than something that might depict a truer form of art. Nobody really sits there, examines and delves deeper into the meaning of a selfie, they just like it and carry on scrolling. There are certain pockets of people on social media (Instagram especially) that I can divide up. For example, when I post my music work it gets a different reception to when I post a nude. But just because the music post might not have got more "likes" than the nude doesn't make it a shit photo compared – I just don't have as many music photography followers, or those followers that are interested more in music aren't on their phones as much as the ones that like naked beautiful girls. It's an interesting subject to think about. The only time I'd say it's affected my work is when I've lost a job because someone has a bigger following than me, but I've realised that if those people are shallow enough to think like that, then I wouldn't want to work for them anyway!