Some considerations about Instagram

By now you should know how much I love Instagram. Since I started to share the pictures I was taking on Deviantart in, I think 2005, I always loved to look at images. During the years the media has changed (Deviantart, Flickr, Tumblr, Pinterest, ecc, just to drop some names), but one thing has always stayed the same: my love for photography and how much it can talk to me. One of the things I love the most about Instagram is how different it can be from one feed to another. You have the work in progress of an artist, beautiful studio pictures of professional photographers, simple moments that a person simply wants to share, and so on. If you are addicted to images like me, I think Instagram is the perfect media right now. For me putting a picture on this social media is a way to show my work, what I'm working on, my readings and the simple moments I want to remember. But, first of all, for me it's the only place where you can know my mood and by looking at the first 9-12 pictures know what I'm liking at the moment. I can't tell you how I usually take a picture to share on my feed, simply because it changes during the week or the month. Sometimes it's a moment I want to share: for example while I'm drinking my tea and reading a book and I want to talk about it. Other times, I want to put a lot of attention to the details and to take my time to take the picture; sometimes it's the way I relax: I put together the things I'm working on, objects that surrond me, the fairy lights I have in my studio. [caption id="attachment_4898" align="aligncenter" width="474"]sunday love Sunday Love[/caption] Since this past Sunday, I started to do something I was doing here on the blog. I wanted to start again to share some love, I wanted to share some of the pictures I loved during the week. So if you enjoyed my Instagram loves series here on the blog, you can follow my #sundaylove on Instagram.

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