I often get asked what kind of photo editing app and camera phone I use to make Instagram photos look crisp, light and uber b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l. I’ve been an avid Android user for a good few years and I love it, most of my Instagram photos were taken with the Samsung Galaxy S2 and S3, and not until recently I was given a S4* to play with. Honestly, there’s not a lot of difference in design and build, thankfully I’ve managed to fit into my (still brand new) S3 Cliche phone case. The device is a few millimetres fatter, better screen quality with a 5in full HD super Amoled (at 1920 x 1080) display, no wonder I was given a lot of compliments by strangers and friends alike. Great camera, produces sharp and enrich photo quality. I have to say, it’s better than its predecessor. Last but not least, for photo editing app, I generally use Snapseed (won best mobile photo app category in 2012) for basic adjustments and other filtering options, or Photoshop Touch for advanced photo touch-ups, enhancements and other elements. Sounds like there’s a lot of editing involved and time consuming, but it helps to advanced your taste in editing. Not so keen? Just follow the basic elements – look for the light, subject, composition, moment, colour palette, envision and timing. It doesn’t always happen, you seek the elements and wait for it to happen.