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Instagram Video Vs. Vine: What’s The Difference?

Instagram Video Vs. Vine: What’s The Difference?
Instagram just launched video functionality. Glorious, 15-second, editable video functionality. Complete with image stabilization. So what does this mean for Vine? Instagram’s filters, longer video length, stability technology and already-ingrained user behavior will keep its video offering very similar to its photo offering. But to end my endless list of predictions, let’s go ahead and take a hard look at how these platforms are different: Creation Let’s start with length. Vine videos are approximately 6.5 seconds long, if we’re getting specific. Instagram video allows for 15 seconds of video, which could feel long for the Instagram video viewer, but roomy and quite comfortable for the creator. Editability? Well, both platforms let you shoot multiple, disjointed clips and string them together. Vine, on the other hand, doesn’t let you edit at all. Neither Vine nor Instagram will let you pull video from your camera roll. They also have front-facing camera functionality in common. Consumption

Tipped Out all photos: Kristin Ess + post designed by kristin ess Lots of emails this week asking for a tutorial on Lauren’s temporary bright colors. Here I’ve replicated the process for you in 7 steps on an extension. TOOLS: highlighting comb, clips, foils, color brush, hair bleach with the appropriate volume (always seek a professional when using bleach), light pink color, dark pink color, light blue, dark blue, clear gloss. Step 1 Highlight the tips of the hair using hair bleach with the correct volume. Step 2 Fold up your foil and let it process until it reaches a pale blonde. Step 3 Shampoo and lightly condition bleach out of the hair. Step 4 Blow hair completely dry. Step 5 Place the hair on a foil. Step 6 Next, paint the light blue (or whatever color you choose) on the entire bottom 2/3. Step 7 Paint the very tips (or bottom 1/3) using the darker version of that color. This is such a fun summer trend and I hope everyone finds their own fun way of doing it.

Why I will never click on your Instagram video, no matter how much you want me to On Thursday, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom introduced the Facebook-owned platform’s new video feature with the kind of hushed and reverential tones that are usually reserved for announcements about a new Pope, or a declaration of war. And in a sense it is a declaration of war: a war against Twitter, which wanted Instagram very badly and has its own short video feature known as Vine. But it is a war I refuse to take part in, and I don’t think I’m the only one — and that could reduce the likelihood that Instagram’s offering will ever truly become “the Instagram of video.” Before someone brings it up, some of this is undoubtedly a “hey you kids — get off my lawn” response on my part. Not only am I old (so old I remember when phones couldn’t even take video) but I confess that I kind of liked Instagram the way it was, with just photos. It was quieter, more contemplative somehow. The noise factor Great for kids — and for ads Massive excitement in the house over Instagram getting video.

Conditions d'utilisation : Instagram retourne à la case départ Les utilisateurs d'Instagram sur iOS ont failli avoir une grosse frayeur en se réveillant avec la nouvelle version de leur application : depuis sa mise-à-jour, elle apporte certes un nouveau filtre baptisé Mayfair, mais également une nouvelle interface de gestion de la vie privée. Elle est assez simple, et se présente comme un interrupteur à mettre en position "public" ou "privé". Sauf que la fonction de protection de la vie privée ne marche pas, selon plusieurs témoignages. Haro sur Instagram : une nouvelle version des CGU qui permet de considérer toute photo privée comme publique quand même ? Contrition du cofondateur Les accusations de scandales n'avaient pas tôt fait de monter à la bouche des commentateurs qu'Instagram réagissait outre-Atlantique : ce n'est pas une fonctionnalité, c'est un bug. Cette nuit, Instagram publiait un billet sur son blog, signé Kevin Systrom, le cofondateur. Retour à la case départ

Splatter Nails Tutorial Splatter nails are super cool and easy to do, but they make a huge mess! I didn't tape my nails for this tutorial, and I really regretted it while I was doing the clean up. If you want a tutorial for how to tape off nails check out this one. In this tutorial I used Tip Top Nail Chic in Twilight for the base and splattered Beauty UK polish in Black and Lilac Girl, Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Mint Sprint and Wet and Wild in Tickled Pink. Lay out newspaper to work over. Back to Tutorials Still have some questions? Copyright 2012 Lisa Bailey © Nail-Art-101.comAll Rights Reserved

Facebook Announces That It's Out Of Ideas Instagram : 6 bonnes pratiques à connaître - Le JCM | Community Manager Instagram a fait beaucoup parlé de lui depuis quelques mois : rachat par Facebook, arrivée de nouveaux filtres et de la vidéo, déploiement de la publicité… Bref le petit dernier des réseaux sociaux n’en n’est plus à son coup d’essai. Début septembre, le réseau a annoncé avoir atteint les 150 millions d’utilisateurs actifs dans le monde, dont a priori 1,8 millions en France selon un communiqué de Médiamétrie paru en août. Les utilisations du réseau varient : des photos de plats, aux instantanés, en passant par les derniers looks tendances et des paysages tous plus fabuleux les uns que les autres, grâce aux nombreux filtres proposés. Seulement, voilà, quand on est une marque ou une entreprise, ouvrir un compte sur Instagram n’est pas aussi simple. Petit récap des post les plus engageants du moment et des meilleurs utilisations du réseau ! La « Pic of the day » Les photos « VIP » : coulisses, interview… Le chanteur du groupe Thirty Second to Mars, Jared Leto, en pleine écriture : Et en France ?

How To Make Your Own Nail Polish In Any Color Pregnancy insomnia can be a little bit of a blessing (depending on how you look at it). Sometimes when I can't sleep I randomly get these ideas that just pop into my head. I quickly jot them down into my phone and revisit them when I am coherent in the morning. I would say only 30-40 % of them actually turn out like I imagined. Take this little project for example. I tested it out over the weekend to see if it would even work...and it worked! What you will need: Clear nail polish.Cheap eyeshadow. Take out the eyeshadow you want to use. Empty a small amount of clear nail polish out so you have room for the eyeshadow powder. Use the toothpick to mix up the color into the bottle. You now have you own custom shade of nail polish!

It’s no accident Facebook made Instagram’s new videos exactly as long as a television commercial Facebook is going to get us all watching television ads again. Instagram, the photo-sharing app that Facebook acquired last year, just added the ability to share videos, as well. It’s a copy of Vine, which is owned by chief rival Twitter. But whereas Vine lets users upload videos up to 6 seconds long, Instagram has opted for a maximum length of 15 seconds, and the difference is more significant than just 9 seconds. Facebook was already planning to unveil video ads in the fall as the company—along with many of its rivals—chases the white whale of the digital advertising industry: television. For all the money flowing into the coffers of advertising-supported internet giants, it’s important to remember that nearly twice as much advertising money is spent on television as digital—a projected $196 billion in 2013 compared to $113.6 billion. Previously, changes to Facebook’s terms of service suggested that ads could be coming to Instagram.

Le jour où Instagram découvrit le web À l’heure où Instagram publie des photos aériennes prises par un drone, à l’heure où l’on visionne ses photos sur un pico projecteur, à l’heure où je vous publie chaque jour un dessin sur cette même plateforme, Instagram ouvre enfin son service au web sous forme de page galerie personnelle. Petite révolution pour libérer les photos du téléphone de millions d’utilisateurs, premier pas vers l’absorption d’Instagram par Facebook ou évolution de l’expérience utilisateur ? Aujourd’hui, on fait un petit tour par ce grand saut sur le web. Instagram, du mobile au web Il ne vous est plus nécessaire d’avoir un smartphone ou de passer par des services tiers (webstagram, statigram, etc.) pour accéder aux galeries de vos photographes amateurs préférés. Mais pourquoi Instagram lance ses profils web maintenant ? Kevin Systrom, le CEO d’Instagram affirme qu’il attendait le bon moment avant de sortir les galeries web de ses 100 millions d’utilisateurs. L’Interface Typographie & interactivité L’avenir ?

Faded Floral Manicure photos + post design by Kristin Ess Who doesn’t love a soft, faded floral pattern? You can basically do this mani in any color combo you want– we chose a spring-y palette. Here’s how you get the look: YOU WILL NEED: Nail polish remover, 4 small paint brushes, a plate or something to put your polish drops on, a white nail polish + 3 of your favorite polish colors that look good together. Place a dot of each color on your plate. Good luck with your pretty faded florals and as always, tweet us a picture when you’re done! (Special thanks to Kimberly, our new nail intern for showing us this technique!!) Tags: DIY, faded florals, floral, floral nails, flower nails, flowers, how to, kristin ess, mani, mani monday, manicure, nail art, nail polish, nails, polish, polished, spring, the beauty department,, tutorial Related posts:

Introducing video on Instagram Over the past two and a half years, Instagram has become a community where you can capture and share the world’s moments simply and beautifully. Some moments, however, need more than a static image to come to life. Until now these stories have been missing from Instagram. Today, we’re thrilled to introduce Video on Instagram and bring you another way to share your stories. When you go to take a photo on Instagram, you’ll now see a movie camera icon. Tap it to enter video mode, where you can take up to fifteen seconds of video through the Instagram camera. You’ll also find that we’ve added thirteen filters built specifically for video so you can keep sharing beautiful content on Instagram. So what does this mean for your content? We can’t wait to see what you’ll create. Kevin Systrom Co-founder, Instagram Instagram for iOS version 4.0 is currently available for download in Apple’s App Store and Instagram for Android version 4.0 is now available on Google Play.

Instagram fait marche arrière : "Je vous ai compris" Hier, l’annonce de certains changements dans les conditions d’utilisation du service Instagram a ému plus d’une personne. Instagram ajoute de la publicité à ses pages, et se donnerait le droit de vendre les photos de ses membres. On imaginait déjà des milliers de photos passées aux filtres vintage inonder les prospectus des commerçants, sans que leurs malheureux auteurs ne touchent la moindre rémunération. C’est du moins ce que nombre d’internautes ont compris en lisant les modifications de CGU annoncées par le réseau social désormais dans l’escarcelle de Facebook. Sur Twitter, notamment, d’aucuns se promettaient que sur Instagram, on ne les y prendrait plus. Les choses auraient donc pu bien mal tourner pour le réseau social de la photographie. On y apprend plusieurs choses.

Making Bath Bombs | I’ve been making bath bombs for a long time. Once you get the hang of it, they are very easy to make. They make incredible gifts and cost a lot less than buying them from LUSH! Here is my simple recipe for you: 1 cup baking soda 1/2 cup cornstarch 1/2 cup citric acid (try your winemaking store for this) 1/4 cup thick sea salt (optional) 1/4 cup grated cocoa butter (optional) Extras: Food colouring, herbs, essential oils or fragrances. Witch Hazel in a small spray bottle. In a large bowl, combine baking soda, cornstarch, citric acid, cocoa butter and salt if using. Ice cube trays (to make mini bombs), pot pourri balls (clear balls with two parts to make a real ball), small plastic containers, various soap moulds… Lavender (using lavender essential oil, blue food colouring and lavender petals) Relaxation (using lavender and orange essential oils) Foot Bath Bomb (peppermint and/or tea tree essential oil, blue food colouring, peppermint leaves (use the herbs from a mint tea bag)

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