tea in the treehouse What encourages you?

Use your camera phone to show us!

We want to share your photos reflecting encouragement as part of an (in)courage community photo project displayed at The Relevant Conference and beyond.

We’ll use images posted to our (in)courage Community Photo Project group pool on flickr, or tagged as #incourage on Instagram. We would love for you add your Twitter username—for instance, mine is @DawnMHSH—to your image as well.

guinea pig Camera phone photography is a lot of fun. If you’re an iPhone user, Instagram is a free app for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad that lets you add cool retro effects to your images and share them with friends via the app itself, email, Twitter, Facebook, and more. I am so completely and totally addicted to it that I’ve started Camera Phone Friday, a weekly recap of my camera phone photos on my blog with a linky for others to play along, too.

I can only imagine how our (in)courage community instagallery will look, but here’s a shot of my personal one that hangs in our home. For those who asked in the comments, here’s how I made ours.

instagallery

We’re looking for photos that fit the encouragement theme and we’d love all mobile photo lovers to be able to join this project!

OK, get clicking – we can’t wait to see encouragement through your eyes!

by Dawn Camp, My Home Sweet Home

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  1. 1

    Sounds like fun! I am going to have to figure out where to “tag” these photos. Is it like FB? I will have to upload another pic to figure it out I suppose.

  2. 3

    Curious, how did you make your instagram gallery wall?

    Love this idea, and I’m sorta addicted to instagram – it is documenting my life!

  3. 5

    Yay! So excited to participate in this!! Love instagram!!!

  4. 7
    Beth Williams says:

    How do you do this without a cell phone? Have digital cameras, but no twitter page – not interested in too much technology that keeps me in touch with others.

    • 8

      I think that leaves us out. I barely have time to read email so twitter and some of the “extra” technology is lost on me. ;0) Glad I’m not the only one. Have a great day!!
      DV-NMV

  5. 9
    kristie b says:

    Yes! I am curious as well! how did you make your instagram home gallery wall??? I love this idea!!! and want to make it happen in my home! I am inspired!

  6. 11

    Ok, I have not done with thing with instagram yet. I have to get with it, but I still don’t have a smart phone. Just got an ipad so maybe now is the time to figure how to do this and post from it. :) ( I have yet to figure that out either. ;) )

  7. 15

    Ohhh I wish I had an Iphone!!!!

  8. 17

    I have an Android and I am bummed! I wish there was a version of instagram for us too!

  9. 21

    I guess I’m from the dark ages. LOL I don’t even have internet on my phone.

  10. 22

    Does it have to be with a camera phone? Our phone technically takes pictures, but I have no idea how to get them OFF of the camera to anywhere else. (It’s not a smartphone.)

  11. 23

    best photography Phone:
    visit and join community Photography Camera Phone :)
    https://www.facebook.com/Fotografi.Kamera.Phone

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