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How to Regram Images on Instagram

Pigeons in Venice

One of the great things about Facebook is the ability to share posts and photos with your friends. But Instagram quite frustratingly has not created an easy way to allow you to share images that you might enjoy on your feed to share with others.

Our post on Facebook when Tracy and I stayed at Villa Sofie near Positano, received over 2,300 views as of this writing. But posting that video on Instagram would only amount to a handful of views and the same goes for any photos we post there.

 Villa Sofia in Positano

An Easy Way to Repost Instagram Photos

At Travel Fanatical we are always thinking of additional ways to share our images or perhaps in the future, reposting ones we like. There is one easy solution we found to “Regramming” by using a simple app titled Repost for Instagram. There are a couple of apps with the same name, so the one you’ll want to download is made by Red Cactus LLC.

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10 Photography Tips To Take Impressive Vacation Photos

Lady in Ankgor Wat Temple in Cambodia

Have you ever taken a vacation and then come back home and start editing your photos and wished you were able to get better photos? As you start looking at them and remembering your trip, you’ll often realize what made a bad photo amounted to one simple idea, composition. It is not so much about what equipment you are using, I have taken some memorable photos with my iPhone, but framing, composition and some creativity will make a huge improvement in your travel photography.

In this article, I’ll share simple composition ideas with you as well as some other travel photography tips I use when I travel.

1. Rule of Thirds

Without a doubt, this is the single most important rule you can use when composing your images. I know, there will be hardcore photographers that will dispute this rule and I agree, all rules in photography are made to be broken. But let me explain a little bit about how this rule will help you, then once you master it, then you can start breaking it.

Let me break this down into a couple of areas, because there is a lot going on in this simple grid.

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