Instagram continues to grow as a legitimate tool for photographers to feature their work, build connections, and find clients. As such, developing an efficient workflow on the app is something most photographers should consider. This helpful video will show iPhone users a neat trick to save time.
In case you didn’t know, time is money, money is power, power is pizza, pizza is knowledge, so the more time you save, the more money you have to spend on pizza (or something like that). Anyway, crafting a good Instagram post does take some time, but if you’re frequently posting the same few styles of genres of images and you own an iPhone, this trick from Chris Lambeth will save you a good amount of time typing out hashtags. It takes advantage of the iPhone’s expanding phrases shortcut, which lets you designate a specific string of text to trigger the insertion of some other block of text. Just don’t make the mistake I did the first time I used this of using a string of text you would otherwise type out in different circumstances; it leads to some very annoying situations.
Lead image by Pixabay user Webster 2703, used under Creative Commons.
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