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Making that push for a photo-centered Instagram


Hi everyone!

I've been photographing for some time now, and I really started creating images I liked about 3 years ago with my a6300. I would post a select few to my private Instagram, and most of them to my VSCO. I've been meaning to start a photo-centered Instagram to really see what I could do posting what I believed to be some of my better photos along with new ones I'll be taking. I've accumulated quite a few that I would share, but I continue to be held up for some reason. I don't know if I am just in my head, too perfectionist, or if I believe these older pictures are too dated to be posted now. I'm not really sure. I was wondering if anyone else had these feelings about their older work that hasn't seen been shared, or has any inspiration as to how I can go about posting these older photos/taking that leap and just making the page! Thanks!


Prime Creator

I sometime like the experience of going through old photos and posting, it can be nice to see the progression over time. I will always mention that it is older in the caption

Prime Creator

Honestly,, just post them. There is no rule or belief that older images lose their beauty. I have some images that I shot in japan in 2013 that I posted in 2021. I take pride in what I have achieved with little knowledge of photography at that time. Of course some shots are very lucky, nonetheless, It was I who decided that it will be a nice image to capture.

Don't let those feelings stop you. Post your images and celebrate your work from all chapters of your photography journey.

Prime Creator

I'm with the others...share, but mention they are your older work. 


Hi, I can totally understand your feelings and thoughts regarding "older" photos. I think you should post every photo that you are content about. Older photos can work as inspiration for your self. Be proud, there's only ONE you! 🤗 Have a good one!