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Here's How to Gain Instagram Followers with a Better Feed

Three of Canada's most popular Instagram stars on how to make your account fabulous.

@yellowillow

@yellowillow

139 000 followers

“This is in a ghost town near Death Valley, California, which was actually quite ugly as a whole. When that happens, I focus on one clean element and spin a story out of it – in this case, ‘Go west.’”

Favourite app
SKRWT, for fixing perspectives. It’s key to adjust the slanted lines you get when you don’t have enough space shooting architecture.

 

 

@sliceofpai

@sliceofpai

87 000 followers

“I was making gnocchi from scratch for the first time and I wanted to capture the making-of. There’s a lot going on, composition-wise – flour from rolling the dough, broken eggshells, mushroom and parsley on the side – that suggests the idea of being in my kitchen with me.”

Do you use filters?
VSCO’s Analog 6 filter gives a slight fade, deepens browns and mutes other colours. I use this filter in scenes with rustic wood or a lot of brown tones. And Instagram’s Juno filter adds a subtle green tint and makes the whites glow, so it’s great for dishes with greens.


@ourwildabandon

@ourwildabandon

133 000 followers

“There’s only so much landscape you can fit in a frame. Turn your camera on whoever you’re with. A subject gives the shot focus, and helps with scale and perspective.”

Our most-liked photos
Candid shots of the two of us interacting with the landscape. People tag their friends and comment – “Let’s go here” or “You’re the one on the left.”

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APPS     INSTAGRAM     PHOTOGRAPHY     SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY     TRAVEL PHOTO TIPS     TRAVEL TIPS    

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