I love birthday’s! And I especially love my own :D Every time I see “27” (the day I was born) I get a little special feeling inside. So I have decided that, with the help of the ever-so-wonderful Instagram, I am going to start recording my 27-finds! And so, I challenge you, do something much more ridiculous than those “30 Day Photo Challenges” on Facebook, and join me in the 27Project. Here’s how it works:
1. Get your birth certificate and figure out what day you were born.
2. Download Instagram on your Apple iOS mobile device, if you haven’t already.
3. Every time you come across something that is your birthday, Instgram it.
4. Be sure in your caption to add #27Project
5. Share your experiences at Facebook.com/NerdyPeacock or by Tweeting us!
If you’re like most artistic people, almost everything you see, you try to imagine how it could make a great photograph, video, or craft. Anytime you see a unique tree or old building you wish you had a camera. For that, you have the iPhone, which takes beautiful pictures with the 4s’s new 8 megapixel camera. Photography captures emotions as it captures moments; there are some moments that videos just don’t cut it and Twitter just isn’t enough characters. This is were Instagram comes into play.
Instagram was created about 13 months ago for iPhone (or any iOS device) users to *instantly* share their photos with the world. Instagram is like Twitter for your photos. Of course, just like any social app, it has it’s downsides. Here is the good, bad, and ugly (and yes, we’re referring to photos).
The app allows anyone to share photos! This is great for all you photo enthusiast. However, Newbob’s Law still applies: just because you use Instagram doesn’t make you a photographer.
You want to tell everyone about how you just got engaged! Well, most people don’t have time to read your three-status long story about it, and we don’t want gushy details. We just want to see the significant other, and the ring. Plus, as we all know, a picture is worth 420 characters. Show us how you really feel.
What about those adorable new shoes you want to share with your girlfriends? A lot of good telling us about them does. Share you’re outfit, new shoes, or that new book on a your new IKEA coffee table. Then, instantly share it with all your Twitter stalkers and Facebook Freddies. P.S. We do love the following shoes :D
Instagram’s navigation could use some work and it’s slightly creepy having people “Love” your pictures that don’t know you. But all-in-all, Instgram allows everyone to find the photographer in themselves. So, what the heck, follow us on Instgram:@NerdyPeacock.