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With the Instagram mobile app and photo-sharing service, you can use your Android or iOS device to snap a photo, apply creative filter effects, and then share it with millions of Instagram users—and on Facebook and Twitter, too. In this course, Justin Seeley details the ins and outs of the Instagram app and sharing service. The course contains tips on shooting photos using the Instagram app and also describes how to edit and enhance photos taken with Instagram or imported from another app.
Justin then details the process of posting photos to Instagram and adding descriptive tags, captions, and location information. The final chapter offers insights on building a community of followers and on enhancing your Instagram experience with additional apps and services.
Even though Instagram is a Web sharing platform, you might love your Instagrams so much that you have a print of them made. And lucky for you there are several services that allow you to do just that. The most popular service is something called InstaCanvas. And they are actually the company responsible for the print that you see right here. They offer a wide variety of sizing and mounting options and the quality of print is actually pretty good. You can choose canvas prints or mats and frames and they will ship them right to your front door once it's ready. In addition to InstaCanvas, you might also want to try a service called Printstagram, which gives you the ability to print your photos on a Polaroid-style print to share with your friends.
In addition to the Polaroid prints, you can also give your photos printed as vinyl stickers that you can use to decorate your laptop or even stick on your fridge. That's pretty cool, huh! In the end, it's up to you what service you use, either the high-end mounted print or the quick Polaroid service. But either way you're going to get a nice print of your Instagram photos that you can enjoy even when you're not using the app.
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