There are so many ways to get your camera photos onto Instagram, and I've used more than one until I found a way that was easy for me to keep track of. Currently I use Google Drive because I love how much space I have to store photographs, and I've also used Dropbox prior to that, but I also know of a few local Chicago photographers I've talked to send their photos in an email to themselves, open it on their phone, and download it that way. A bit convoluted, but if you're running out of room on your cloud storage that's another way to do it! With so many ways to download your photos for Instagram, I thought it might be helpful to show you the ones I've used and how easy they are to navigate! Watch the video below to see the workflow I use to download for my own Instagram feed, and start finding the option that's right for you. :)
Katharine’s work has graced the walls of institutions such as The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Harold Washington Library of Chicago, and local galleries such as Dreambox Gallery, Siragus Gallery and Blick Art Materials. She has also been featured on websites such as the Huffington Post, Phlearn, Fstoppers, Tigress Magazine for Girls, Bitchtopia, and Golden Boy Press.
In addition to photography, Katharine has been a mentor and educator in the arts since 2013. She has worked with students in various organizations and projects over the last two years, including Hive Chicago’s PROjectUS initiative and Digital Youth Network’s Digital Diva’s and Chicago City of Learning programs.