The LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder meme is the new fad among social media users. The game consists of making a photo montage on Instagram with different images of the person, each presenting clothes and scenarios suitable for each social network mentioned. On LinkedIn, for example, the individual must appear in formal clothes in work environments, while on Tinder the image must be more provocative and sensual. At the end of this matter, the TechTudo teaches you how to make the meme on your phone.
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The joke originated in an Instagram post by 74-year-old American singer and actress Dolly Parton, last Tuesday (21). In the image, the artist appears wearing a gray blazer in the photo related to LinkedIn, a Christmas sweater on Facebook and jeans and a guitar on Instagram. J in the photo of what her Tinder profile would look like, she wears a Playboy Bunny costume. Parton published the image with the caption Conquer a woman who can do everything. So far, the post has received over 600 thousand likes on Instagram and 200 thousand likes on Twitter.
Meme that combines photos from LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder came up with a post by singer Dolly Parton Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / TechTudo
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Since the publication, the image has been reproduced by users in what appears to be the first major meme of 2020. On social networks, publications are being shared with the hashtag #DollyPartonChallenge, the Dolly Parton Challenge, or just #DollyParton. This last tag registers more than 400 thousand publications on Instagram alone.
Several celebrities also joined in the fun and made their own memes, such as actors Will Smith, Mark Rufallo, Viola Davis and Terry Chris, hosts Ellen Degeneres and Jimmy Fallon, the band Backstreet Boys and model Naomi Campbell. In Brazil, presenters Luciana Gimenez, Rodrigo Faro and actor Lzaro Ramos also did their versions of the challenge.
Other users took advantage of the joke to make the montages with their pets, cartoon characters or famous films, in addition to unusual versions, using classic works of art and sculptures to recreate the meme, such as the montage made by the Orsay Museum, in Paris.
How to do photo montage
It is possible to make the photo montage on Instagram using a photo editing and montage application, such as PicsArt, available free for Android and iPhone (iOS). Check below how to make the meme on your phone.
Step 1. Open PicsArt and tap the + button. In the Collages section, choose the Grades option;
PicsArt allows you to create montages with ready-made models Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Select the four photos to use in the montage in your gallery. On the top layout carousel, touch the template that divides the screen into four equal squares;
Select the four photos in your gallery Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. On the edit screen, tap Text and enter the name of the social network;
Add texts to identify social networks in the meme Foto: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. Place the text on the corresponding photo and tap Streak to add a black outline and highlight the word. Finish with "Apply";
Make texts more visible with contrasting outlines Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 5. Repeat the process to add the name of all social networks and tap Next in the upper right corner. Then choose the Photos option to immediately download the image to your gallery. So, just share the montage on social networks.
Download the meme to your gallery or share on social networks Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
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