More than 30 million people were using this little app at the beginning of this year, and now they are uploading 58 photos per second.
If you’re on Facebook, I bet you see several of these square photos every time you log in, whether your friends are over-sharers or not.
David Turk, manager of preservation imaging services, agrees.
“Even before Instagram, the advance of digital manipulations pretty much changed the way photos are looked at,” he says.
Back to the question: How does all this new technology affect how we’ll look at photos in years to come?