If you’ve ever picked up your phone to take a photo of an acai bowl, only to find that a cloud had just passed over the sun...then you’ll understand why this news is so important. It’s tough out there for iPhone photographers, especially those hoping to become the next Instagram food star. Washed-out photographs, dim lighting, unsightly food, and dwindling battery life are just a few of the many problems faced by these would-be photogs.
Well, now there’s hope for diners at one restaurant, at least. Dirty Bones, which has locations in Manhattan and London, is rolling out what it’s dubbing its "foodie Instagram packs” to make it easier for its customers to get the full ‘grammable experience. And get this: The kits are completely free of charge.
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Each kit contains a portable LED camera light, a multi-device charger, a clip-on wide angle camera lens, and a tripod selfie stick (flat lays, anyone?).