Snydremark wrote in post #18584829
There's a kernel to the OP's question that I also share. How does a non-phone photographer interact with and/or put photos ON Insta when their entire ecosystem is built around mobile photography?
What I have done (not for Instagram, but in other scenarios) is to bring up the photo full screen on my 5K monitor, and then take a picture of my computer screen with my phone's camera. . Then you have the pic on your phone.
A problem can arise if you have reflections off the screen, but I keep my house very dark inside and keep all of my shades drawn all of the time, so that keeps this from ever being an issue.
I tried to figure out how to do it other ways but could never get anything to work for me because Instagram seemed to keep re-doing their programming to disallow the ways we could circumvent their 'rules'. . Plus I just generally suck at technology and wouldn't be able to figure it out anyway.
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