I have recently reactivated my Instagram account, and I’m having a lot of fun with it.
Years ago, I started it as a means to post photos of food/daily specials as a restaurant manager. I am a passionate amateur photographer but I never took Instagram beyond work.
Why? Honestly, I always viewed all of the accessible filter modes as photography cheating. I’ve recently reassessed my staunch views on editing photos, and have finally seen the error of my judgement. If you have an eye, you have an eye. Photoshop has been around for decades now and its filters, like Instagram, can only enhance your photos. If it’s bad, its going to stay bad, with maybe a little mood lighting. If your photo is good, and you don’t have privy to a $3,000 camera, maybe it can be great.
I met this Friesian horse a few weeks ago, and decided to call him Vladimir. I’ve always wanted a horse, and since our encounter, I’ve dreamt about him many times. In my dreams, he lives in the spare bedroom of my apartment and doesn’t poop. Good horse!
In my part-time job I’m just a lowly caterer, but I’m a caterer at a freaking science museum. I love science and absorb a lot of info while on the Job. Did you know there are 43 species of cicadas? I didn’t but now I do. We only think we’re listening to the same bug song.
I have a recipe for that sandwich pic and will post soon.
Until then, follow me on Instagram. I’ll always let you know if I used a filter…or not.