How to Take a Photo and Upload to Instagram on Windows Phone?

To take a new photo ans upload to Instagram, open "Instagram" app on your Windows Phone and tap "Camera" icon located at the bottom of the screen. You can also select a photo from your camera roll to share with others. Instagram allows you to adjust the flash or switch between the front-facing and back-facing camera. You can also scale, crop and add filters to your photo.

Here are the steps to Take a Photo and Upload to Instagram on Windows Phone:

  1. Go to http://instagram.com/ & sign in to your account. 
  2. Download "Instagram" app on your Windows Phone from the Windows Phone store & launch it.
  3. Open "Instagram app" on your Windows Phone.
  4. Tap 'Camera' icon located at the bottom on the screen.
  5. Tap your screen when you are ready to capture the photo.
  6. Tap the icons located at the bottom on the screen to adjust the flash or switch between the front-facing and back-facing camera.
  7. Add effects and filters to the photo and tap "check mark" button.
  8. A "Share To" window opens up.
  9. Write a caption and and location and then tap "Check mark" button located at top right corner on the screen.
  10. Your photo will now be uploaded to Instagram on Windows Phone.

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