The tension between the professional photographer and the amaetur is at a strange place right now. I love it. Look, I’m not one for deciding to dial out of this sort of thing, and I’m totally going to use every photo filter app that comes my way, but this one has absolutely been my favorite. I don’t see any flaw in it whatsoever. It is absolutely, to me, the best thing that has come into my existence as an amateur cellphone photographer in some time now, you may be laughing at that title, of amateur cell phone photographer, but I have to tell you that this is hardly a laughing title anymore. Especially as I’m moving up from amateur all the way to semi-professional. Wow that maybe a little bit dramatic, but I am earning a small amount of my income, for now, by selling cellphone photographs to a distributor. Basically, I have like a privatized Instagram account with this. You just upload photos, ones that you’ve taken yourself, and apply to filter to, photo filter, of course, as well as some other small edits that you’re allowed to make to the other properties of the image, and then, simply, you put it up on your wall, and apply a bunch of hashtags to it. The hashtags are very important, in my opinion. If you want people to find you, for example, if a client is looking for a black and white photo and they used to hashtag black and white, maybe yours will be the one that they are looking for. That is very basic example, but that can go for any type of hashtag. Whether it is based on an area, Joe, a feature, or some other element of how the photo relates to the outside world, from your perspective.