Have you ever thought how cool it would be to customize your Instagram grid and rearrange the posts you’ve published so far? Well, you just might be able to do it soon. According to Alessandro Paluzzi’s recent discovery, Instagram is working on a customizable grid.
This one definitely falls under the “No Sh*t Sherlock!” category. According to a Washington Post-Schar School survey, the majority of Americans don’t trust any of the large social media companies such as Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram, but are torn because they still wish to access and use their products and services.
It would be nice if your photographs could do all the talking for you, but occasionally you need to use words. The about page on your website and your Instagram profile are just some of the places photographers need to have a bio. A good bio provides photographers with a powerful way to showcase their professional experience and convey their personalities to potential clients.
One of the consulting services we offer at Wonderful Machine is writing a photographer bio. You can view some of our case studies to see some examples of work we’ve done or email us to find out more about the services we offer.
If you hang out on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed a flood of 2021 recaps expressed through music on Spotify. Well, Instagram was quick to come up with its own version, so now you can see the 2021 Playback as told by your Instagram Stories.
It’s been so long that Instagram switched to “curated feed,” that most of us don’t have our hopes up to see posts in chronological order again. However, it’s about to happen after all! Early next year, Instagram says that it will introduce chronological feed again – well, at least for those who still want it.
Preventing revenge porn by sending your nude photos to someone else is probably not the way most of us would handle the issue, right? Well, Meta has come up with a “brilliant” idea to prevent your nude content from spreading across Facebook and Instagram. The company has launched a tool that lets you submit your explicit photos to a hashing database so that they can be recognized and removed from the platforms in the future. Needless to say, this has raised some concerns in the community.