Articles tagged with: Instagram
Yesterday, the Instagram 3.2 update was released. Looks like the new IG update may need a big bug-fix update. Keep reading to find out what’s changed in a bad way in the new Instagram 3.2. …
The new Instagram 3.2 update has just hit the App Store. For an Instagram update, it’s heavy on new features and light on the tweaks and bug fixes. It’s not a bad update and includes an new interface, filter and other goodies.
Over the past day or so, some users have been reporting that their images shared from Instagram have failed to show correctly on Twitter. This is not a glitch. It looks like Instagram has taken another big step forward in distancing itself from Twitter.
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.
Camore+ (by Rivawan, not affiliated with tap tap tap) is a companion app for Camera+. It’s basically a front end and back end to the app with Camera+ in the middle. It adds features to the workflow that really should be in Camera+ in the first place.
InstaGenius by the developer of Camera Genius is a straightforward Iinstgram front end that adds easy to use tools, filters and frames to add flair to your photos before posting to Instagram.
Here’s a call for entries for a high profile, curated mobile photography exhibition this October in San Diego, California — this one with a unique twist. The App Wars is currently accepting submissions — photographs which are processed by Hipstamatic and Instagram apps only.
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.
An excellent behind-the-scenes look at photographer Brad Mangin’s upcoming six-page Sports Illustrated spread that was shot with an iPhone and processed using only iOS apps.
Here’s your chance to have one of your Instagrams featured in an upcoming TIME magazine article on mobile technology. TIME is searching Instagram and currently accepting submissions for this article.
Two years ago today, Instagram’s first photo was posted. For better or for worse, Instagram has had a huge impact on iPhoneography and more importantly, the way and the frequency that we (collectively) shoot and share photos.