Your photos deserve more, like being in a gallery.

June 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

So, you took some pictures and posted them on Instagram. A lot of people liked them and had some nice things to say about them. But you feel like you are ready to show them off in a different environment. Go for it! It would be nice to have your images up somewhere. Unfortunately the fridge is dominated by the kids art including that 4 year old macaroni art that is half eaten by the dog, but still to precious to toss. Your hall is covered by family portraits.  While nice and sentimental, they still aren’t photos you took. But seriously why limit yourself to your own home. Think bigger and prestigious. Some place where everyone can enjoy them and they are out of reach from the family pet and greasy little fingerprints. Yes, put them in a gallery. You may be thinking that, while your works of art may be great in their own special way, they might not be worthy of a gallery. At least not yet. Plus, you know it takes a lot of work and it can be expensive. Let me tell you, there is a way that’s not only easy but free to put those timeless and captivating images of yours into a gallery…. Where they belong…. For the world to see.

Here is the solution to all your problems. It is called Instamuseum. Yep, a simple little app that allows you to put your images into a gallery and share it with whoever you want. You have your choice of 4 galleries including the Louvre (how cool is that!). The app is free and simple to use.  After a little information from you it collects your images and creates a gallery that can even be viewed in VR. You can view your gallery on Sketchfab(also a free site). This is a fun little app that you can share the link with whoever you want. The only downside to this is you can’t select the images and it only works with Instagram.  Hopefully this will change so you can create different galleries. Here is my gallery of images.

Instamuseum for @mkiverphotos by MKphotography on Sketchfab

 

While this may have not been the "brick and mortar" gallery you were hoping for, it's a start.So, go create your amazing gallery and enjoy your images larger than life on a wall for all your friends to see. I would love to see what you have done so if you want, please share your gallery in the comment section.

 

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