Please…don’t move! in Instagram


I started using the name  Please…don’t move! when I opened my page on Blipfoto few years ago.

Blipfoto gave me the opportunity to experiment and to develope something like a photographic style, thanks to the premises of the page, that indicated that the picture should be taken the same day that was shared. I confess that I really enjoy the challenge that lasted four years for me. However, the change that gave Blipfoto, being acquired by Polaroid, made me get away from that dear page and look for alternatives and i found the alternative in Instagram. This app allows me to do something similar to what I used to do in Blipfoto, with some differences, both for good and for bad. Instagram offers not only the possibility of sharing a photo taken on the same day, but also several pictures immediately and that has a certain charm. It has also forced me to immerse myself in the underworld of photography with smatphone that I had not practiced ever before.


Anyway, I fell that photography this way has somekind of  ephemeral life near to the liquid society that Z. Bahuman explain in their books. Trying  to scape of this liquid sense is why I share today a video with a portraits photographic series I have been done for a time. almost all the pictures had been taken in the train from home to work in Barcelona.

I would like to know what you think about this. Do you use Instagram? Do you like it? How do you use it? And Blipfoto. Do you know it? If so, Do you like their new format?

If you like my Instagram photographies, you could follow me following this link (thanks in advance).

<p><a href=”″>Instagram</a&gt; from <a href=”″>Carlos</a&gt; on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>Please_don't_move!_image


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