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Washington DC | June 24, 2014 National Noir… in color.
#photojournalism #documentary #reportage #streetphotography #igers #instagood #train #washingtondc #shaftoflightfromgod

benlowy:

Washington DC | June 24, 2014
National Noir… in color.

#photojournalism #documentary #reportage #streetphotography #igers #instagood #train #washingtondc #shaftoflightfromgod


The Most Annoying Food on Instagram: Avocado Toast (via The Cut)

The Most Annoying Food on Instagram: Avocado Toast (via The Cut)


Sunglasses with filters that make everything look like Instagram (via Yahoo Tech)

Sunglasses with filters that make everything look like Instagram (via Yahoo Tech)


Instagram Builds Impressive Photo Editing Features Into Major Version 6.0 Release (via PetaPixel)

Instagram Builds Impressive Photo Editing Features Into Major Version 6.0 Release (via PetaPixel)



Every aspect of modern life is documented on Instagram—people photograph their guns and stolen cash, their horrific drug abuse episodes, and their attendance at funerals. People expand their “personal brands” through Instagram, they document their consumption of luxury goods, they even use the app to sell sizzurp. Just about the only images missing from Instagram are photos of the insides of America’s prisons.
Smart phones aren’t allowed inside penal institutions, and most of the time the only cameras that get access to such places belong to reality TV shows approved by prison authorities. The closest Instagram comes to the prison-industrial complex is selfies young women have taken in parking lots, in cars, in bathroom mirrors having just done their hair—shots hashtagged with the facilities they’re about to visit (#rikers or #sanquentin) and sometimes also with what they’re wearing (#michaelkors) or how they’re feeling (#tooearlyforthis).

Prison Visit Instagram (via Vice)

Every aspect of modern life is documented on Instagram—people photograph their guns and stolen cash, their horrific drug abuse episodes, and their attendance at funerals. People expand their “personal brands” through Instagram, they document their consumption of luxury goods, they even use the app to sell sizzurp. Just about the only images missing from Instagram are photos of the insides of America’s prisons.

Smart phones aren’t allowed inside penal institutions, and most of the time the only cameras that get access to such places belong to reality TV shows approved by prison authorities. The closest Instagram comes to the prison-industrial complex is selfies young women have taken in parking lots, in cars, in bathroom mirrors having just done their hair—shots hashtagged with the facilities they’re about to visit (#rikers or #sanquentin) and sometimes also with what they’re wearing (#michaelkors) or how they’re feeling (#tooearlyforthis).

Prison Visit Instagram (via Vice)



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