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Wednesday, 15 April 2015

How I Edit My Instagram Photos!

Hello gorgeous!

Photography and writing are probably two of my greatest passions. I love capturing moments and expressing my thoughts through a photo or a pen. But to be completely honest, I am probably one of the worst people when it comes to keeping their social media up to date. Let's just say, tweeting every other hour and posting a photo of my meal everyday isn't one of my talents, unfortunately. 

And although I need a little push when it comes to how often I post, I do try to keep my feed pleasing to the eye. So, I thought I'd show you guys how I edit my Instagram photos!

The editing apps I've been loving are PicsArt, FotoRus and PE-Fotolr, all which you can find on the iPhone App Store. PicsArt and FotoRus have amazing filters and I've been obsessed with them. Most of my edited photos probably have a faded filter of Dodger from PicsArt or Coffee from FotoRus, but if I don't fancy those two I'll just stick to BW from FotoRus or basically no filter at all. As for PE-Fotolr, I just like the blur affect it has under "Portrait - Acne"!

To finish off, here's a little demo on how one of my photos look with the filters!

After blurring everything out but me using the PE-Fotolr app!

Dodger from PicsArt without fading the filter out :)

Coffee from FotoRus, again, without fading it out!

Last but not least, the classic black and white filter from FotoRus!

Other than that, I will probably play with the contrast and temperature of the photos as I post them on Instagram but that is pretty much it! If you'd like to see a video tutorial from how I take my photos up until I post the photo on Instagram, do let me know down below!

Don't forget to follow me on Instagram (YasminVogue) if you'd like and do comment your favourite editing apps or filters as I'd love to check them out!

Until next time,
Teen Diary


  1. Thank you for sharing your experience. PicsArt is good. I'm also using this app to make my pics better. Check it out, I think you'll find it interesting.

  2. im using the same functionality, but before making effect just try to enhance full photo
    for example with help of


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