Matt Ashmore Posted April 20, 2018 Share Posted April 20, 2018 So I was having a quick look at one of Alamy's latest picture needs blog: https://www.alamy.com/blog/stock-photo-requests-plants-gardens Apparently they need amongst other things: Instagram Style – Amateur gardeners doing tasks in the garden (planting, pruning, potting, seeding, etc) – can be with just hands visible – sequence from the same shoots would be great too Instagram Style – Stylish, contemporary and UK styled gardening imagery Instagram Style – Trendy small designer gardens / patio areas Instagram Style – Upcycling designer ideas (how to use everyday objects as design features in a garden ) What does "Instagram Style" actually mean to people? Is is a case of adding a load of split toning? Or is it about adding strong contrast (or indeed light contrast)? Is it a case of moving the white/black point in the tone curve so that an image never actually has true white/black? Or is it somethign else totally? I can't claim to use Instagram myself but Instagram images seem to pop up on Facebook nowadays and generally speaking, the Instagram images that I see don't look anything out of the ordinary. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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