In Lesson One, we talked about why it is Important to have captivating pictures that will get your followers engaging with your Instagram.
In today’s lesson we will be going over how to style your own FlatLays with the one and only Rachel Rouhana, creator of Hautechocolate.ca!
So I am sending you over to a blog post I have on the InstantBoss Club, which will explain all the ins and outs of FlayLays: What they are and how to create your own!
Make sure you join the FACEBOOK GROUP
(it does require purchasing the hashtag library ($12) or an InstantBoss Membership)
–But keep in mind this isn’t a requirement for challenge, just an option
- Follow at least 20 People on Instagram and Engage with them. This means: Follow, Like 3 Photos, and Comment on at least 3 for each account!
- Read todays lesson and comment below the blog post letting me know what you learned today.
- Post a picture on Instagram with your FlatLay and #instantbosschallenge
- Comment in the Facebook Group with any questions you may have!
I learned more about the importance of lighting and also that odd numbered groupings are more pleasing to the eye
I have a lot to learn about Flat lays!
I learned that uneven numbers are more eye catching and also to place the main item, snap, add the secondary, snap, then the fillers and adjust! I always put all the tings on and move them around a bunch, which is exhausting! Definitely helpful!!
I really like the idea of using a white board to help diffuse shadows for the Flatlay. Great tip!
Flat Lay I need to find some Travel inspiration such as passport/packing and do some flat lays
I learned that odd numbers are aesthetically pleasing to the eye as I hate odd numbers but its not about what I like but more so for my family of followers. Great tips for flat lays.
I used the flatlay lesson and used it not on my blog Ig but on my business Ig and it looked great! Thanks for the tips and suggestion. I will use on my Blog Ig this week. Michelle Pacheco @diaryofmissm
I got inspired to make space in the middle of The picture so i can put a text in the middle never tried that before!
I need to focus on the time of day and the right lighting. Most of the time when we try to create a flat lay its a in rushed situation – I will be working on trying to schedule out my flat lays and giving my self more time to achieve the perfect photo.
I have rarely made my own flatlays. I am excited to try this in my business with my prodct as the star.
I have difficulty figuring out how to make flat lays applicable to my particular blog/business. I am a homebirth midwife. My blog is about pregnancy and birth.
I learned to do several layouts with the same items to make the most of my time & effort! And to hold the phone parallel to the floor 🙂
I have never posted an instagram picture with “keywords that describe [my] brand” in mind. But I’m about to give it a try for ALL of my instagram accounts and see what I come up with!
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is it the quality or something else, I hope you can answer my question.
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