10 TRENDY PHOTOS ON INSTAGRAM
Am 28/03/2019 in 11:13
Addicted to social networks or decided to create a trendy profile: Instagram is the ideal platform. Everyone posts what looks like them but some photos make the difference; with these 10 photos, likes are guaranteed!
A gourmet dish
Food photos are successful. Choose a flattering angle and appetizing colors. Brunch or gourmet diner it’s up to you!
Instagram is the fashion platform by definition. Use it to post your most inspired looks: shoot the entire look or zoom in on an accessory.
A four-legged friends
Kittens and puppies get the lead on the “likes” but all the pictures of animals will bring a dose of sweetness to your profile.
Either a selfie or a portrait, the essential is that your followers put a face on your account. The trend is to be natural on the photo so forget the extremely retouched selfies.
Or to put it more simply: a photo above the products on a flat surface. The graphic rendering, perfectly arranged, highlights the objects while telling a story.
Put some green in your feed
The trend is green plants: cactus, bouquets ... Invite the nature in your photographs, your community will love it.
What’s more photogenic? To bring more originality and nice shades to your profile, take a photo of the moon thanks to our tips.
The graphic lines of a building photographed from an original angle promise a contemporary note.
A good way to inspire your community by sharing a funny or a positive message.
More and more popular, the travels’ photographs are in the spotlight. Beaches, mountains or cities, your next destination will create a stir.
Your home interior
Decoration is one of the most followed themes. Favorite object or room perfectly arranged, put your “home sweet home” forward.
You are ready to make your Instagram profile a reference.
An Instagram photo print can then sublimate your best achievements. A mini square format (13 x 13 cm) or a photo enlargement will allow you to opt for an impression of your Instagram photos in gallery quality thanks to our photographic laboratory.
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