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  1. Me encantó el post! Justo llevo días pensando en hablar de este tema en el blog, con matices claro….
    Muchas de estas cosas que dices ya las hago/utulizo aunque para planificar uso UNUM, pruébala que seguro te va mejor que con VSCO para ver cómo quedaría.
    Un besito
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  2. Kristina Wilde Reply

    Loved this read babe! So beautifully written and presented! One of my favorite Instagram accounts and absolutely love your aesthetic.
    xo
    Kristina Wilde
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  3. perfectamente explicado y muy buenos tips…. me encanta tu cuenta de instagram by the way!!!

    besos!!!

    klau

  4. Me encanta cómo se ve tu cuenta de Instagram!! Y cómo te quedan las fotos me gusta muchísimo. Consigues sacarle mucho partido a las fotografías con las aplicaciones. Yo suelo usar solo photoshop, y soy horrible haciendo fotos con el móvil. Bueno, es que mi móvil es realmente malo para esto jajaja. Muy buen post! Un saludo!
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  5. I really enjoyed your post. You have one of the most beautiful instagram feeds so it is useful hearing about what you have to say regarding the matter. I think the point you made about only posting the best quality is important.

    I am also totally with you for point 2!

    Adrianna xx

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  6. Adri como estas?

    Lo siento, pero creo que todos tus tips me los voy a robar!! jajaja Mil gracias por compartinos tus tecnicas para las fotos, por que muchos sufrimos a la hora de editar la foto y es horrible cuando por mas que intentas no queda y terminas por no postearla. Ya tengo las apps en mi iphone. Ojala un dia te des una vuelta por mi IG :-) @manu_strong Y tomare muy en serio eso de LA CALIDAD VIENE PRIMERO. Por cierto tus historias en IG son super cool siempre!!! Saludos desde CDMX :-)

  7. I don’t have Photoshop on my computer :( and I don’t have hand to take pictures as well. You posted a very good article and I want to try run my instagram again.

    • If you don’t have Photoshop I recommend you the Photoshop Fix app, it doesn’t have the option for Photo Filter but you can use the Paint option to apply a layer of a very subtle grey color all over the photo, it does the job.
      May I suggest you a small tripod for your phone or camera if your hand isn’t stable? :) xx

  8. Fantastic post. I love your pictures.
    Thank you for many very useful tips. Certainly I will use it to improve my blog

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  9. love this post <3 so helpful and informative :) thank you for sharing Adriana :)

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  10. These are amazing tips, I personally love the detailing level snapseed gives! Will have to make sure I note some of these!
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  11. Thank you for the tips. I never thought about putting a heavy Photo Filter of grey. I will keep that in mind next time. ^^

    Btw, for some reason, unless I use “tab” on my keyboard, I can’t select the next three fields of the comment section (Name, Email, Website). I tried posting a comment from my phone when I first read the post, but couldn’t do it. Is it a problem only on my side?

    • The Photo Filter of grey is something I do to every photo, including the ones I post in here :)

      You’re totally right!! I’ll try to fix it asap, how troublesome D:

      Thanks babe :) xx

  12. Abril Reply

    Que buenos tips , my cuenta de instagram es un desastre pero estoy tratando de mejorarla , gracias

    X,abril
    The color palette

  13. Such perfect tips, I especially love the homogeneity tip!! I always usually find it hard to find images that go together, but sticking to a colour palette helps tie everything together!! Thanks for sharing babe x

    Millie x
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    • Sticking to a color palette is definitely the best way to create homogeneity! But sometimes if you have a piece of clothing or a background that clashes, desaturating or saturating is a quick fix :)
      Thank you, Millie! <3

  14. So many useful tips, Adriana. I just loved this post.
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