When it came to finding good videos, this woman from India went a little too far in her search for the perfect one.
After watching the short clip, the internet was abuzz.
She was the first one to share her favourite video.
But did she really find the perfect clip?
Well, the answer is no.
The clip was created by an amateur photographer, but it was not a good one.
It was actually an unedited, out-of-focus video shot in a rural area in India.
In her case, the scene was one that she had been doing in her studio and then decided to share.
The photographer, who has chosen to remain anonymous, uploaded it to YouTube after the video was shared by a friend.
“I felt so happy that the world was watching and loved my video,” she told The Express Tribune.
The story has gone viral and has been picked up by other social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Pinterest.
But did this woman really find a perfect clip for the video?
“I did not think that this clip would go viral.
I only had a camera.
The camera is just not that good.
I did not have time to edit the clip,” she said.
In a video shared on social media, she was seen asking someone to help her remove the lens from her camera and that it would not be good enough.
She said that her camera had been damaged during the shoot.
The short clip she shared was the result of her attempts to find a clip that would suit her style.
“Sometimes I would spend a few hours, and the footage would just not suit me.
I have to go back to my studio for the final product.
The final product is just one big shot,” she shared.
The first video that went viral was created in 2012 and was titled ‘Caught in the act’, in which a young girl from Delhi was caught in the acts of filming herself on her smartphone while walking.
The video had a great message.
It spoke about how easy it is to be caught up in everyday things, even though the act is illegal.
It also had a message about the need to be aware of your surroundings and be careful of where you are walking.
“When I was a kid, I always thought that I would never make it as a photographer.
I am very aware of my surroundings and that I am taking pictures, but I also want to make it clear that I do not want to offend anyone,” the video read.
This video is one of those examples of someone being caught in a moment of passion.
In fact, it was filmed in the midst of the Delhi riots, in which many people were killed, and was one of the most viral moments in India in 2012.
In 2015, a girl from Gujarat was arrested for her part in the infamous ‘Kamala Bandh’ incident in which she was allegedly involved in the killings of more than 150 people, including journalists and politicians.
The footage, captured on a smartphone camera, sparked a public outcry and triggered widespread protests in India that led to a slew of restrictions on mobile phones.
But, the video has been taken down by the YouTube page of the Indian film industry.
It has been uploaded on a YouTube channel called ‘Kammalas Films’.
It is now up for removal, but only if it has not been posted for a year.
“It is unfortunate that we are being censored in this case.
But it has been a tough year for us as a film industry, and I am sure the video will be pulled down by YouTube after a few days,” the filmmaker, who did not want her full name published, said.