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I'm listening to a couple of photography podcasts, watch a lot of videos about photography on YouTube and started reading some photography related blogs. There seems to be consesus that if you're a photographer then you need to be on Instagram because that is the platform to be as a photographer.

I don't quite understand why, it's not really made for that, it's made for uploading snapshots you took with your phone, not photographs you took with your DSLR. It's complicated to get your pictures from the DSLR on Instagram and they resize them to really really small so a lot of details just get lost.

I still would like to understand why it is consideret as the platform to be on as a photographer. It might be because of the user numbers, but Facebook has at least as many.

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