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By default, you own every picture you take on Instagram, but once photos are on the service, they're kind of stuck there. If you want to licence your photos so anyone on the web can use them, I Am CC is a webapp that lets you give your photos a range of different Creative Commons licenses. Photo sharing sites like Flickr have been doing this for years, but since Instagram is primarily smartphone based, it doesn't have a system for directly licensing photos.
Until recently, I only vaguely understood what each Instagram filter accomplished. I knew, for instance, that Rise would virtually erase the massive pimple on my face without washing out my skin tone. I assumed that every Twilight fan preferred Sutro, with its dark and enchanting exposure. And as for Kelvin — why even venture a guess?
Home » Business » Why Instagram is Terrible for Photographers, and Why You Should Use It Posted by: Allen Murabayashi Posted date: April 30, 2012 | 41 Comments Although everyone has an opinion on Facebook’s purchase of Instagram for $1b, I think we can all agree: Instagram is terrible for photographers. (gotcha) Why? Let’s count the ways.
by Arik Hanson on Aug 06, 2012 Originally published at Communications Conversations Hi. My name’s Arik. And, I’m an Instagram addict.
by Brian DiFeo on Jun 27, 2012 As Instagram continues it’s march to being the most popular mobile social network and most popular photo-sharing community in the world, marketers continue to try and figure out the popular app. Brands that are new to Instagram usually ask the same question: How do we get more Instagram followers? After over a year managing one of the most active Instagram communities and starting a company based on Instagram , I’ve learned some key Instagram follower strategies and best practices for a new brand interested extending their marketing and brand on Instagram. For added inspiration, check out this list of brands on Instagram from Social Fresh.
Another interesting concept design comes from ADR Studio . This time they imagined the Instagram icon becoming a real life digital instant film camera – the outcome is the Instagram Socialmatic Camera. Check out the full concept idea here below. - 16 GB mass storage - Wifi and Bluetooth - 4:3 touchscreen - 2 main lens, first for main capture, second for 3D filters, webcam applications and QR Code capturing - Optical zoom - Led Flash - Internal printer to make your Instagram photos real - Paper cartridge with Instagram Paper Sheets - Dedicated 4 colors ink tanks - InstaOs 1.0, which put together Facebook and Instagram App feature Certainly an interesting idea.