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April 27th // Day 103 // Instagram Day 7

In the end, yes, Instagram is a well made app, has many features without being overly complicated. And chicks dig it!

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April 26th // Day 102 // Instagram Day 6

One thing I DO find Instagram handy for is having an impact on my Klout score. If you’re a social media monger like myself and you’re not on Klout, you need to remedy that!

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April 25th // Day 101 // Instagram Day 5

I personally don’t quite see the appeal of having yet another account on another service and having to scroll one photo at a time on my phone. I find I almost never look at other photos people have done with … Continue reading

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April 24th // Day 100 // Instagram Day 4

That you can only shoot square images is a bit annoying to me. I have a rather cinematic view of the world and a lot of my images feel better to me in a more 16:9 aspect ratio. But even … Continue reading

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April 23rd // Day 99 // Instagram Day 3

Part of instagrams appeal is obviously its filter set. It’s filters certainly do add some very warm qualities. It makes the photos seem more like you were remembering a photo from your past even though you just took it. And … Continue reading

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April 22nd // Day 98 // Instagram

The shooting interface for Instagram is about as simple as it can possibly be. You can enable a rule of thirds grid, toggle between flash off/on/auto, and flip from from to back cameras. And obviously the shutter release button. Interestingly, … Continue reading

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April 21st // Day 97 // Instagram

Okay, this week I’ll be using the most popular photo app ever released. Instagram has gained a near cult-like following. But why? What makes it so addictive to so many people? I have been randomly using Instagram for a while … Continue reading

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