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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.
This was no ordinary 365 project. Andrew Caldwell’s travels have taken him all around the world. He’s decided to document and share them on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and on his own website. For those of us who are stuck at home and even those of us who tackle more modest 365s, Andrew’s is a huge project and his iPhone photography from the corners of the globe is awesome.
Instagram is still mostly down today, hours after violent storms last night in Virginia knocked out its cloud server.
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
When we first reviewed Picfx, it was a quirky little square format photo app with a fairly straightforward number of filter effects. It’s grown into a pretty versatile square format photo effects app with a large number of filter presets, adjustments and other new tools.
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.
Hipstamatic have announced on their Facebook page news of a new update today. The new features greatly expand the sharing capabilities of Hipstamatic and let users tag Facebook friends and upload to multiple networks simultaneously — including Instagram.