There’s something about Instagram that’s incredibly in sync with the way people want to share and follow others. It’s not a place for updates on whether you’re at the gym. It’s not a place for dumping your 300+ pictures from your five day vacation.
Instagram is a place for sharing only awesome photos
On Instagram, if it’s not awesome, no one is going to like it. When no one likes not-aweosme pictures, people stop posting not-awesome pictures. It’s photo capitalism. I defend my Instagram feed like its real estate I own. If someone posts too many not-awesomes, I stop following them.
There’s two photographers that I follow and love and whose photos are polar opposites of each other. You’re bound to like one, you might love both.
InstaCountry: Maine in All Its Beauty
InstaCity: Industry in Black and White