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One of the most fulfilling things I’ve done with my social media presence over the years is find my own personal aesthetic. Instagram is one of my favourite platforms to share photos from my life, styled shots (there’s probably always coffee), and delicious food photographs.
Who else is an absolute Instagram fiend? Raise your hand! Now, who here has always wished that they could post to Instagram from their computer?
The tale is as old as time – you have this beautiful shot you took on your Canon camera while on vacation. When you got home, you uploaded it to your computer, made a few edits, and knew it was ready for your Instagram followers to see. But then, when you save the photo, e-mail it to your phone, and finally get it uploaded to Instagram, you notice some of the quality is gone. It really isn’t the same photo you’d seen on your computer.
In my last post, I told you about how I’d put together a quick and comprehensive guide called How to Grow Your Instagram Following in 3 Simple Steps. I am such a firm believer in committing to your Instagram if you want to see real growth.
When I was eighteen, I started a food blog. It was nothing spectacular and, really, back then, blogs and social media were not what they are today. It was extremely rare that a blog lead to anything and even more rare that it gave a person a second income or became their full-time job. Even so, I was smitten with the online world and I haven’t stopped blogging, creating, and diving deeper and deeper into social media.