I don't know if you'll remember, but I did a post like this last year on how much of a fail I am on Instagram (post link here). For some reason, it popped back into my head again this week and, remembering how funny it was looking back at some horrific photos I was willing to just share with the internet, I've decided to do it again. Especially now being a photography student, it's really interesting to see how my photography has changed and improved over the past year or two. I have written the occasional tip for those of you who are new to Instagram so you don't make the same embarrassing mistakes that I did.
|Christmas light fail. Don't take pictures on moving verticals.|
|This would look great if the green bushes weren't there.|
|Do share hair tips, it's a great way to get conversations|
going in the comments.
|Me attempting to be deep with my horrible handwriting.|
|Tip: inside jokes don't always translate well online.|
|That just doesn't work, what was I thinking...|
|Don't use frames, no-one uses frames.|
|Best. Chocolate. Ever.|
|Rain isn't always so bad.|
|Reflections almost always make interesting photography.|