Facebook and Instagram were down for a while last night. Did you notice? Did you freak out? Or did you just go to bed knowing you would be able to share every little detail of your lives again by morning?
Amber Rose is a bald, blonde goddess. I continue my quest to stalk her Instagram and bring you the fruits of my labor. She never disappoints. Today we are blessed with a new hot pic and two tasty videos.
Oh, Amber. How we love thee.
I love how you seem to be loving your life just being Amber. More people should feel so comfortable in their own skin.
Everyone is still talking about the pictures you posted this weekend, even Wendy Williams!
But you don’t even want all the shine for yourself, so you bless us with a video of another hottie with a fat ass.
Listen. Keep doing you, Amber. We will continue to be here for it. <3
Instagram 6.0, launching today on iPhone and Android, lets you adjust brightness, contrast, warmth, saturation, highlights, shadows, vignettes, and sharpness in any photo. You can access the tools by tapping a new wrench icon in Instagram’s editing screen, which splays them out in a horizontal list. Tapping one of the tools lets you adjust its strength on a 100-point scale, so even if you have no idea what vignetting means, you can develop your own understanding by playing with the tool for a couple minutes and noticing how the edges of your photo get darker as you increase the strength of the tool. Once you’ve made some edits, you can tap on your photo to see how the photo looks before and after your edits.
I think all of us are guilty of this in some fashion, and I’ll be the first one to admit it. I know for a fact that there’s been times where I’ve tried to find the right filter to make my photo look amazing.Times when I went out of my way to snap the perfect shot, so that I could share it with the world in hopes for a handful of “likes”. In the end, and when I’m truly honest with myself, there’s a reason that I’m doing this.