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Are you tired of seeing the same old pics clog up your Instagram feed?
Me too… Food pics, selfies, cute puppies. Over and over and over again.
Chances are that if we’re thinking this, your followers are too. They’re craving something new, something fresh, something spicy to hypnotize them into a double-tapping frenzy.
So if you’re feeling a little risqué like me, pay close attention: I’m about to reveal my seven favorite photo-editing apps for Instagram. Download them, use them, and make the jaws drop.
The 7 Apps For Instagram:
Have you ever felt like turning the world upside down to walk in the clouds?
Me too. That’s why I use Sparkmode, formerly Mirrorgram, a neat app created by Justin Boreta from The Glitch Mob, who I happened to run into on stage at a Stanford Frat party back in the day. My favorite feature is to kaleidoscope-ify the world.
Call it kaleidoscopification.
I love panoramics. When I see them it makes me feel like I’m an eagle flying on top of the world. And you know what happens after you make me feel happy? I start liking you.
The problem is, Instagram only allows you to upload square pictures. That’s where InstaSize comes in. Use the color correction and lightroom tools to make your pics look professional.
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As we previously saw in our 5 Hidden Psychological Reasons Cats Dominate The Internet, “we think cats are adorable because our brains are literally wired to think that way”. What’s more, cute cat images “stimulate the same pleasure centers of the brain aroused by sex, yummy food, or cocaine”. In short, they’re addictive. But you already knew that.
So if cats are (harmlessly) addictive, and by definition people can’t stay away from addictive things, does this mean you should stuff images of cats everywhere that you can?
EXACTLY, and Catwang helps you do just that. Let the catifying spree begin, and don’t forget to include #catstagram.
At one point in my life, I considered buying a DSLR and a gyroscope to capture high quality footage of my adventures. I’m glad I didn’t spend those $5,000 because Instagram recently released their new video app Hyperlapse, which enables you to “capture high-quality time lapse videos even while in motion”, for free. Apparently, they’ve built revolutionary stabilization technology that lets you “create moving, handheld time lapses that result in a cinematic look, quality, and feel”. Sounds sexy right?
This one time, I was walking through a meadow, or at least I thought I was. My feet were bare, and the luscious grass made me feel as if I was walking on clouds. As I looked up, I spotted a gang of cows feasting on the green fur. I got closer, curious to know what my animal-brothers were chatting about. But as I walked towards them, they kept moving further away from me and the sky crystallized into gargantuan geometric figures.
A picture is worth a thousand words. But sometimes it helps to guide your viewer’s experience with a sentence. Quick let’s you overlay your pictures with beautiful fonts.
I find capturing movement in a still photograph to be one of the most stimulating missions in the world of art. Slow Shutter Cam slows your smartphone’s shutter speed down to help you capture the world as it moves past you.
What are your favorite apps for Instagram? I always have room for another winner – leave a comment!
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