Santiago Sosa

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(Images) 56 Inspirational Picture Quotes That Will Motivate Your Mind, Body & Soul

Now and then when we <i>need a little Inspiration</i> we often reach for a <i>daily quote or motivational video</i>.<p>So I decided to share 56 of my <i>favorite picture</i> …

Motivation

#AD The inspiration for this short film comes from 'being your true self'. In my everyday life the best example I see of this is through my kids. This film features my children Theo, Olive, Jonah and my nephew, Finlay. #MustangInspires

Cereal TIE fighter - thought of this at breakfast today. Easy to make for your next Star Wars party. 2 Crispix, 2 Cheerios and a tiny bit of frosting to hold it together. #starwars #starwarsfood #cereal #tiefighter #cheerios #crispix

Istiklal Street / Istanbul 2013

Every Monday we share some of our favorite Weekend Hashtag Project submissions on our blog at blog.instagram.com. Congratulations to @connortd, @jared_becker, @syedaidid, @johndunfee, @wesleytaylor, @lukemattson, @natalieshepard, @patriromero and @janove who all had featured submissions for #WHPselfportrait!

Vlad Babushkin (@vladviper5) is a 16-year-old living in Tokyo, Japan, who documents the striking architecture of his city on Instagram. Many of his photos are taken after the sun has gone down, when he uses long exposure photography to capture the city's frenetic activity. "I use Slow Shutter Cam (iOS) primarily to shoot city views at night. The app is great not just for cityscapes, but also for capturing the activity in a city after dark. Try staking out a high vantage point to capture the light trails from moving traffic." For shooting, "you need a tripod. It's also important to find a dark place to shoot. If there is a lot of light around the subject you're capturing or in front of your phone, the photo will be too bright." "Sometimes the photo you capture could use some editing. I usually use PicsPlay Pro (iOS and Android) to adjust colors and tones before sharing to Instagram." Follow @vladviper5 for more inspiring long-exposure photos.