Glitch: inside one of this year's key photography trends As an exhibition of Glitch images opens in London, curator Paul Foster from Getty Images explores why we're drawn to the digitally imperfect. By Paul Foster | on September 25, 2014 Share Share Read next What makes a great creative image? 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Best Adobe Plugin 2017: Plugins for Photoshop and Lightroom Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Brutal magazine cover designs of Donald Trump set to continue in 2018 Visual Trends 2018: This year’s must-know colour, design, branding & photography trends Comments henri cartier-bresson said: Yay, let's celebrate crap photos :)The mediocre, the visually illiterate, the mundane and the plain bad."In 2014 the ‘Glitch’ aesthetic has become part of everyday social currency through photo-sharing"That's because 91% of the population know bugger all about photography. Pointless bloody exhibition Mr Foster, I need only go over to Instagram if I want to see crap.