Any place on a picture where you find an extremely distracting rack that makes the rest of the picture irrelevant. It is so distracting that the viewer doesn’t even notice that there is a foreground and / or background… because there isn’t, there is only a rack. Objects in the rackground may appear closer than they actually are.
It is similar to a photobomb as the rack totally hijacks the original focus of the picture. As such, the rack(s) in the rackground are also known as photobombs.
Q: Did you see the cows in the background?
A: There were cows in that picture? Sorry, I couldn’t see anything other than that chick in the rackground.
I was so happy to see that my picture got unintentionally photobombed by that hot school teacher in the rackground.
Did you see the photobombs on that girl in the rackground? I would've totally asked her out if he had seen her earlier.
Another word for a nice rack that is only noticed after a picture is taken (as if it were photobombed by said rack). The rack completely hijacks the original focus of the picture much like an intentional photobomb.
The location of the rack with respect to the rest of the picture is also known as the rackground. It is so distracting that the viewer doesn’t even notice that there is a foreground and / or background in the picture.
Come check out the photobombs on this girl. I would've totally asked her out if I had seen her earlier.
I'm just flipping through my pictures and all of a sudden I stumble upon a great set of photobombs... Happy Birthday to me!