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You can now post to Instagram from any browser -- here's how Instagram introduced a huge change today, launching a fully-functional web app that lets you upload photos from a phone browser, no app needed. Instagram didn't officially add the option to desktop browsers, but it's there -- you just have to find it. Many Instagrammers -- myself included -- shoot photos on a dSLR camera and edit them on their computer before uploading to Instagram. This workaround cuts that step out, making dSLR uploads easier than ever. How to upload photos to Instagram from a desktop browser Most browsers have a way of letting you change the "User Agent" -- the thing that tells a website what kind of device you're on. Safari On Safari, it's easy. Now open a private browsing window. Chrome In Chrome, go to and sign in. Editor's note: This post was originally published on May 8 and has since been updated. CNET Magazine: Check out a sampling of the stories you'll find in CNET's newsstand edition.

Starten met Instagram? 10 tips om goed van start te gaan! Wil je beginnen met Instagram – of wil je je Instagram skills updaten – zodat je nog effectiever gebruik kunt maken van Instagram? Na het lezen van mijn 10 Instagram tips kun je direct als een pro aan de slag! De koude start en groei Instagram is een mobiele app die je gratis kunt downloaden in de App Store (iOS), via Google Play of Window’s Marketplace. Met de Instagram app op je smartphone of tablet kun je digitale foto’s en video’s uploaden en delen. Wil je je foto van te voren bewerken? Na lancering van de Instagram app – op 6 oktober 2010 – had de app binnen twee maanden tijd al meer dan 1 miljoen gebruikers en na minder dan een jaar waren er al 150 miljoen foto´s geüpload. Het begin Heb je de Instagram app al gedownload om nu eindelijk eens je allereerste foto te uploaden, maar ben je er nog niet aan toegekomen omdat je niet weet waar en hoe je moet beginnen? 10 tips om goed voorbereid van start te gaan met Instagram [ de onderstaande screenshots zijn genomen met een iPhone ] 1. 2.

10 Instagram Tips for Photographers Small pictures can make a big difference in a mobile-driven world. Quite often other photographers tell me “I don’t have time for another social network and I don’t need Instagram.” Yet they spend hours posting on Facebook, 500px and Flickr where almost zero potential clients will see their work. They’re basically getting followers, likes, and comments coming from other photographers. Instagram can be useful in ways you might not have thought of before, and it shouldn’t take you too much time to build a presence on it. In this article, I’ll try to share a bit of my experience on this social network as a photographer (@zellersamuel 12k followers) and how it benefits my work. 1. Think of Instagram as a way of showing your latest work or use it as a daily journal. Not only can you post images you wouldn’t usually put in your portfolio, but you’re also free in terms of content—no need to show a series of work, a single photo will do. It can even act as your business card. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Your Official Instagram Hashtag Guide for Photographers: A List Of The Best Hashtags [Instagram Tips: Part 2] In Part 1 of my Instagram Tips series, three sure-fire tips were shared to grow the right following, the right way on Instagram. One of the methods was to use the correct hashtags for your audience. This week we're diving a little deeper into what specific hashtags will work best for you based on specific genre. Get your notes out and lets go! Why Do Hashtags Matter? They may not mean everything, but they do mean something. Hashtags Increase the Likelihood of Being Featured In the Instagram world, there are a plethora of "Instagram Feature Pages," especially in the photography community. What Makes A Good Hashtag? The sum of posts posted under a specific hashtag does not mean that hashtag is the right hashtag for you. A good rule of thumb is to not post hashtags that contain over five million posts or so. The Hashtag Guide So here you have it! Genre (# of Hashtags Provided) General Photography (32) Portrait (30) Landscape (32) Animal/Wildlife/Nature (27) Astro (20) Automotive (13) Drone (24)