Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hi I'm Eugenie ＠feralcreature. We're in downtown. We're currently scouting for cool spots for me to do my OOTD, outfit of the day. Because I had consistent quality content, Instagram featured me on the suggested user list too. So that helped boost my numbers by like a quarter of what you see now. I started a couple of months after Instagram's inception, so I had no idea what I was doing. When I'm searching for the perfect spot to take a photo, if I'm at home I look for really clean crisp architecture, And if I'm abroad, then I look for architecture that fits the vibe of whatever city I'm in. In OOTD, is a hashtag used mostly on Instagram, but it means "outfit of the day". I do ootds almost every day. Ok, so I am actually five three, possibly five two but I'm in denial. So whenever people take pictures of me, I always ask that they squat and take a picture of me angled up so I look taller, Or else I get little tiny legs. We don't want that. The people who take my photos, if it's on the iPhone, it's whoever I'm with, even my mom, my dad, But if it's on, through DSLR, then I have my photographer Randy take my photos. One -- Take a couple. Ok. Good? Yeah. He's got it, he's got it. When I was like 18, I thought I wanted to be a photographer, but that's before I knew I was really bad at it. I quit but being an Instagramer has really opened my eyes to new perspectives and I can't say I'm anywhere near as talented as a photographer. But it has opened my eyes to how the photographer sees the world. I have been coloring my hair since I was 15. I did all the crazy colors in high school. I had like dip dyed hair before it was even a thing. I recently stopped a couple of months ago because I wanted to go back to blonde, and I noticed that people didn't like it as much. I think my fans know what looks good on me, so I have colored hair again. I think people used to be surprised that you can make money off Instagram, but I find that nowadays less and less people are surprised because Instagram is such a huge part of everybody's life, you know. Some brands I've worked with are Acura, W Hotels, Puma, nowadays I blog maybe every other day, because I'm so busy. But I think you should Instagram every single day. I'm gonna try to get a good Instagram food photo for you. I don't like place mats. We're taking the place mats out. The cups, the condensation has left like rings on the table so you wanna clean that up. And it doesn't need to be like super lined up, parallel to the table or anything, it's kinda nice to see it a little askew. I like to get it from an eagle's eye point of view. Uneditted. So I like to edit my photos through VscoCam. My favorite filters are S2 and A6. The biggest hurdle for this photo was retouching all the little specs on the table because the dust was really prominent in this photo. I retouched the stains on the silverware, the dust on the table. It's just like photography in general, you know, nothing's gonna be perfect right when you capture the photo. So you need to fix it. I figure that if you can make a photo better, then why not?