When it comes time for me to sit down and pull together family pictures for the photo book I create every December and I inevitably discover that hardly anything is print-worthy because I've spent the entire year capturing precious memories with a cellphone, my photography regrets will be centered around one name: Instagram.
My name is Linda, and I am an Instagram addict. I love being able to see the moments my friends choose to share from their lives, and I love the incredible ease in which I can share my own. If I am occasionally tempted to over-rely on the plethora of available filters, well, sue me: sometimes a scene just looks better when it's got an X-Pro boost.
After Facebook bought Instagram for a cool billion, people wondered what (potentially unwanted) updates might be in store for our favorite photo-sharing app. Well, the first big change has officially been announced, and it's a doozy -- maybe especially for privacy advocates.