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A COLOUR STORY
A Colour Story is an app I hadn't actually heard of at all until last year, it's the pet project of one of my favourite creativity blogs, https://www.gemeinde-stammham.de/destolo/1697 A Beautiful Mess. If you haven't looked on their blog before (I seriously don't know what you do with your spare time, GO LOOK NOW.) It's very similar to what VSCO used to be, they have so many incredibly cool filters and edits to play around with and edit photos to a particular theme. PSA - if you're looking for cool edits on photos, I also HEAVILY recommend their Photoshop Actions, some of the best purchases I have ever made! I also get a little kick out of knowing I'm supporting a small business and helping them do what they love!
I really love how easy the app makes editing my photos, and I also adore that the filters are a little different to the ones that you usually see on VSCO and other, bigger editing apps. Standing out on Instagram has never been more important, so I love that editing your photos on this app, just helps you nudge yourself a little in that direction!
What apps do you guys like using on Instagram? Do you have any top tips for standing out on the platform nowadays?