As I've made clear one thing I admire about this forum is the immense amount of talent and information here, one thing I dislike greatly are the "there is only one way" type opinions.
With that said, I'm going to ask a question and it is my sincerest goal to get clarification and not pass judgement.
When I tie a fly and post a picture, my goal is to showcase the fly and seek feedback or guidance and I try to remove background noise while positioning the fly so that it is easily viewed.
I've noticed that many people post pictures of flies at such angles that I either have to contort my head to view it or download a copy and rotate it. My feeling is that it takes away from the viewing experience (remember, this is from my perspective which is not the only way). I'm curious why people do that.
I suspect it could be that people are:
A. Not looking for feedback, rather posting a fly in an artistic manner.
B. Placing scissors, feathers, etc in the background to draw attention away from the fly to some degree
What are your thoughts? Am I missing something?