Instagram Errors – 360w360 E.165

instagram_logoIn this episode of 360 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys talk about woodworking photos on Instagram and other social media outlets that just get it wrong.

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4 thoughts on “Instagram Errors – 360w360 E.165

  1. I have to admit, I don’t do Instagram.
    And I guess after this, I’m glad I don’t.

    And who is the blimy Britisher who is doing your opening?

    1. Oh, it’s more than Instagram that we’re talking about – much more. The episode was merely inspired by something that appeared there. We’re in no way suggesting that you, or anyone else, should avoid any social media service. We want people to carefully look at what’s being pushed out on those channels and double-check the information.

      And, some voice-over guy. I think he’s from Brooklyn or something…

  2. Enjoy your podcast. This episode seemed to be focused on a Instagram photo published by Lost Art Press. I happened to see the same picture on their blog website, and Chris explains why the clamps are applied as they are. It’s not wrong after all.

    1. Marty,

      Thanks for the comment. You can find the answer here.

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