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Is there really a trend of portraits where the subject is not in focus?

I don't think there is any such trend. However, there are ways to use focus, or out of focus, to create interesting photographs. See this article at digital-photography-school.com Some of these ...
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Is there really a trend of portraits where the subject is not in focus?

Caution: may contain cynicism... & soft toys ;) Is there a trend towards out-of-focus pictures? Yes, inevitably, even if not intentionally. As more & more people have access to ...
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Why are vibrant, saturated photos considered 'not as good'?

Okay, so, while I might quibble with your example (I see some pretty bright images in there), I think there is a backlash against highly-saturated, "ultra-color" images. This is exemplified by a ...
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Why are vibrant, saturated photos considered 'not as good'?

There are lots of possible explanations for the possible trend that you've noticed, including: math: It may be that you're just looking for a set of images that are in the minority compared to the ...
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Why the trend of faded vintage photography?

Faded photography is and example of stylization that is instantly available via mobile apps and plugins. Stylization helps removing resemblance to the physical world. It makes the pictures feel more ...
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