Happy Halloween you hungry Instagrammers

Halloween is upon us, and hungry Instagrammers will be looking for ways to spice up their holiday photos to ensure that they achieve M.L. (max likes) on their posts. If you find yourself in this bind over Halloween weekend, then try adding a filter to your photo that accentuates the subject matter of the photos you plan on sharing.

My indian costume that I wore for Halloween this year. I applied the mayfair filter from Instagram on this picture.

My indian costume that I wore for Halloween this year. I applied the mayfair filter from Instagram on this picture.

Filters are embedded in Instagram as a tool that allows users to alter the perception of the photos they have taken, but knowing which filter is best to use for your photo can be tricky; after all, there are 19 of them.

Perhaps you’ve looked over all 19 of your filter options and you feel that none of them give you what you are looking for; don’t panic (yet) there’s still hope. In a recent update, Instagram introduced direct manipulation which allows users to control adjusting properties like brightness, saturation, and contrast.

If your posting pictures to acquire ‘likes’, then adding a filter to your picture is a fun and effective way to get noticed.

#happyhalloween

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One comment

  1. DAlmeida · December 5, 2014

    Hi! Thanks a lot for your comment in my blog :). As I said there, this is a very nice pic using a perfect filter choice. Well done ;).

    Liked by 1 person

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