If it is like 99% of the photo sharing tools, it works this way. You the photographer are the owner of your work, period. Instagram and Facebook however, aren't going just let you display your photos for free without getting something out of it. That's where usage rights come in. When you put a photo on there you give the site the right to use the photo in a limited fashion. For example, they can use it to promote the site. They cannot make money from direct sale of the photo unless they get your permission.
8Gb is a lot. I've got a 16Gb iPhone with about 300 pictures and about 150 apps. I've got hundreds of contacts and have never deleted a text conversation. I've also got 50 songs on it and I haven't even used 5Gb of space yet so you should be fine.
Instagram is an app where you share your photos with the world.
As per the trend now this app is turning into a place where you can share your photography skills. But there are many people out there who just share pics of themselves or any simple click.
Now many celebrities (like Justin bieber, Selena gomez, Taylor swift, Mike shinoda etc.) and many big brands/companies (MTV, Converse, Burberry etc.) have their accounts on Instagram.
You can use this 'free' app only from an iDevice.
Yes you can. Try webstagram.com or ink361.com to view pictures from Instagram.
ps: You cannot upload a picture from web.
If you want to auto-post your picture on FB each time to upload a pic on Instagram, link your FB account to Instagram via the application.
How to do it? Click on the 5th icon on the bottom bar > Account > Edit sharing settings > Facebook
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Why aren't my friends' blog posts showing up in my Facebook news feed?
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Basically, it's a photo sharing app. You take photos with your phone, post them on instagram, and your followers and whoever visits your profile will see it and "like it" if they like it. You can follow other people and see what photos they upload, and other people can follow you. There is an option to make your photos private, so you don't have to worry about the whole world seeing your photos. Its perfectly safe and lots of fun! That's mostly it about instagram. Enjoy!
Is there anyway to use instagram without an iphone?
The way to use instagram without an iPhone is to use it with an iPad :D
I'm just kidding, due to good review here: http://24hiphone.com/news/daily-app-instagram-2362.html you can go to their home page (http://instagr.am/) and contact them if they are planning to expand and maybe make an android application or add support for a computer.
Did you know that Facebook just purchased Instagram for $1,000,000?
You, and all the answers all have valid points. Instagram or Facecrap are not going to put an end to real photography.... BUT.... they both do have impact, that being it will be that much more of the general population that will be further dumbed down as to what good photography really is. With the advent of the digital camera and phone in the hands of every kid and clueless "photographer" in existence it seems, the barrage of BAD photography on the internet becomes, more and more everyday, what is accepted and seen as normal and good photography. I cringe at all the terrible photography I see on places like Facebook with all the "great shot" comments by equally clueless onlookers. This dumbing down is why there is so much BAD wedding photography today. Young brides have been staring at junk for so many years, that when they see some clown with a DSLR hanging around their neck who can take a marginally better photo than their cell phone, then that gives validation to all the terrible "wedding photographers" in the market today. Instagram is just another goofy piece of tripe that is hardly going to end real photography, but it will cut into it a little deeper than what has already been done. I can't wait to see someone on Facebook or Craigslist wanting a "wedding photographer" to shoot all their wedding on Instagram. It will happen.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Cracker. Is this real? Can someone do a double check with the virus scan?
Of course it's fake! All it's going to do is infect your own system.
Pretty much anything that claims to help you do something illegal is going to be fake.
And you should know that facebook automatically locks an account after several failed password tries, specifically so that dictionary and brute force attacks won't work.
I'm having the same trouble. I've put in a Report to Facebook about it. I checked the Help Center on Instagram and it seems to be a "known issue" that they've reported to Facebook. If you find an answer, please post it here so I'll know, too. (And anyone else who googles this problem)
Why are people mad about facebook buying instagram?
I didn't know that, but I guess this might answer your question, I was just reading it
and maybe it's because it's not nice when everything become owned by one big company, there won't be any competition, and companies won't produce that great stuff again, and we will all be just slaves for this one big company .
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Should couples in serious relationships avoid having Facebook and "instagram" accounts?
Not really, yes they do bring drama but they have their advantages too. I mean you can connect with old colleagues, friends and coworkers. And if the relationship is serious,your both committed and there's trust then social networks shouldn't create any petty drama.
Does Instagram post pictures to Twitter or Facebook automatically?
You have to link your instagram account with your twitter and facebook account. Then when you've finished with the photo in instagram, it will ask you where you want to post your pictures and give you all the available options.