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Using the #iphoneography hashtag is a wasting keystrokes on Instgram. Here’s why. Although Instagram will let you type #iphonoegraphy as a hashtag, it returns zero results when doing a hashtag search using the term. Basically, Instagram may be censoring the #iphoneography hashtag.
This post will be relevant to maybe a few dozen readers. I’m one of them. The new Instagram 2.5.1 update was recently released. For the first time, it’s no longer old iPhone-friendly.
Photographer Jana Werner has created some Photoshop actions which recreate the three missing Instagram effects — Gotham, Poprocket, and Apollo — as well as Nashville. You can now recreate these lost filters on your desktop or laptop.
It’s been a bounty week for Instagrammers. In addition to the first significant update since the Facebook purchase, Instagram also quietly added new features to the web interface.
Instagram 2.5 was just released this week. It’s the first significant upgrade to the popular free social photo app since being purchased by Facebook.The update features an undocumented shortcut for direct access to your iPhone’s camera roll
iPhoneographer Dixon Hamby has shared with us some of his suggestions for extricating yourself from Instagram and also serves up his recommendation for an alternate social photo network.
Mega-social network Facebook has purchased mega-social photo network Instagram for $1 billion dollars in cash and stock.
Instagram 2.1 was just released today. After a slew of minor updates, this new update adds a few great new features to this popular app. In this update, Instagram gets Lux, its version of “Clarity.” There’s also a new filter in here. Oh, and the interface gets prettified.
Instagram is one of the most insanely popular photo apps for iPhone. Here are ten tips to help you get more out of Instagram.
Instagrammer @wilburtheant, along with @darren2112 and @dudettewalnuts, have been circulating a recipe to recreate the look of Instagram’s old Gotham filter using Camera+.
As Nox Dineen has already reported, the new Instagram 2.0 update is out and it’s got some pretty spiffy features. It’s also got a few issues that are causing problems with Instgrammers.
The app saves processed images at a pretty small 612×612 pixels. One of the complaints about Instagram is that it doesn’t save full size original resolution images. It actually does.