How I Edit My Instagram Pictures + What Cameras I Use

I have always been a fan of Instagram themes, but only on other peoples’ feeds. I found it difficult to stick to, especially when your everyday routine is always changing. I found that if you use similar filters it gives the same effect of a theme instead of always having a white background or always having a little bit of green in your picture. I always refer to my theme as “VSCO-y College Girl”. Many college girls are in the same boat as me, they want to have an awesome Instagram feed, but don’t have the time to make it extremely consistent.

I filmed a video talking about how I edit my pictures and what cameras I use to take them. I also talked about some of my favorite applications that I use on a day to day basis.

One question that I get asked quite frequently has been “What camera did you use to take this picture?” It’s not always a different camera that I use, I usually switch up the lenses! I want to go through some of my Instagram pictures and just let you guys know which camera and lens I used so that you can check out the equipment if interested!

The only thing getting lit this weekend are my fall scented candles 🕯

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Taken with an iPhone 7 plus: check the phone out here.

A selfie (or 10) a day keeps the doctor away 😜

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Taken with a Go Pro Hero 4 Black: check out the product here.

Flockin' ready for Semi 🐦💗

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Taken with a Canon 70d with a 24-70mm 2.8 lens: check out the camera here | check out the lens here.

Just call me 20 Savage 🎂🎉

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Taken with a Sony a5100 with a 16-50mm 3.5-5.6 lens: check out the camera here | check out the lens here.

Taken with a Sony a5100 with a 35mm 1.8 lens: check out the camera here | check out the lens here.

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