I am not sure how people view content, and I would assume that most people who do view content will view specific content that interests them.
This is also known as a niche. The world niche is something I have never really liked, and this is my opinion only, but it's a stupid word, but its relevancy in the content creation world means everything. A simple example is why you are on this website. Is it because you are interested in photography or is it because you may know me personally and like to follow or troll my exploits in photography and content creation? Either way you are here reading this, and that very fact is why even I must accept the word niche.
In regarding creation, it will always fall into the subjective aspect, much as photography does. An example, I see a ton of photographers around and when one catches my eye, and I do decide to check out what they do, I will form an opinion of that work and the photographer and thus we see things as subjective.
I know a ton of successful photographers and it's my opinion the work is pure crap. Once again, it's 'subjective' and you form an opinion based on the subjectivity of the content that is produced. I think the biggest thing I see these days is some photographers like to post on social platforms and it happens whenever they do a portrait session, they like to post that their content is published. Having another social account share your work or mention your work is different from being published in a major publishing house or nationally recognized publication. This is what we call Imposter syndrome, and it is quite common among millennials or new photographers who are trying to make a name for themselves.
The fact is, it's a bad look, and despite any natural talent you have, one's character comes into strong question when you do this on a repetitive basis.
With all this being said,
Here is some content.
If you do view this content, you also will have the right to form an opinion. It either sucks or its pretty cool.