Dear Readers,

If you are reading this text, that means that you are on the old version of my blog. I have changed platforms and am now using Wordpress. You can find the updated version of my site at:

www.theshoesnobblog.com

Sincerely,

Justin, "The Shoe Snob"

Friday, October 19, 2012

Instagram + Shoes = The Future....

Vintage Boots from circa 1920's

If you have a smartphone, you should probably get Instagram. Now, I am not one for tweeting my thoughts or updating every 5 seconds what I do in my life, but I must say that I love taking pictures of shoes, altering the effect of the picture and then sharing it....you see, the time in my day is far and few between for reading, but to simply look at pictures without having to take-in anything outside of an image is great (at least for me)! And it allows me to then show a bunch of shoes to all of you that I most likely would not put on the blog, as I simply can't fit all of the content without having to write multiple posts/day. While I don't work for Instagram, and this is not some sort of promotion for the sake of benefiting anyone, I do think that it is an amazing app that is great for anyone with a smartphone....so if you fancy looking at more pictures of shoes, you can always sign up and follow me @theshoesnob84, where I post about 2-3 times/day.....

Here is some of what I have already shared....

Happy Friday!!

Justin, "The Shoe Snob"

Berluti

George Cleverley

Cheaney

Gieves & Hawkes Buckshot Boot

Crockett & Jones

Gaziano & Girling

Bespoke shoes I made for myself

Crockett & Jones

Gaziano & Girling

4 comments:

  1. Hey Justin,

    Have you say, that pair of C&J second from bottom looks amazing!

    You blog is like shoe porn heaven for men! LOL

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  2. Moi - Glad to hear that you are enjoying the blog!!

    -Justin

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  3. Heya, Justin.

    The problem with Instagram is wide-spread: too many users opt for artsy picture filters that destroy true colours. I can't be the only shoe nerd who wants true colours.

    -Ville-

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  4. Ville - yes, I understand what you are saying...i too prefer to see a shoe in all it's true glory...but it can be fun to mix it up too with a few different picture variations...

    -Justin

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