Instagrammers becoming pro, reports

For the average users of Instagram, posting a snap of their latte art or their dessert at the classy restaurant in the city means getting a few Likes from your Facebook friends.

Now, there is a brand new group of Instagram users who are getting paid for those snaps. The restaurant industry has called for on the trend as well as some places are described to pay up to US$ 350 each snap if a user has a significant number of followers.
Recently, Sophia Hollander wrote a piece about Instagrammers who are turning pro like this. She said that this is not very much different from hiring a food photographer to come in and take pictures of your food. But it gets into kind of a funky area because they are not pitching themselves as food photographers, and they are not pitching themselves as restaurant promoters.
Meanwhile, when camera companies are doing a lot to improve their lenses to get rid of the lens flair, there are people who just love lens flair getting into their sensor. To deal with this, Technical Farm has just introduced the product for you. It is called – the Flare Adapter. They showed it at the Inter BEE 2015 in Japan recently.
The new adapter is a clear plastic adapter which stays between your lens as well as your camera primarily to let light to pass through and brought in flare on your videos and images. The amount of flare that is developed can be checked by blocking off a part of the flare adapter with tape, or your fingers, or anything that works. Also, the adapter comes with colored LED lights to shine through the adapter to create flare with different colors.

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