7 Instagram Tips From Celebrities by 7 Instagram Tips From CelebritiesSmile with your mouth open Tip: open your mouth when you smile—like you're having the time of your life,Make sure you crop it right. "Instagrams don’t always have to be square,". "While I prefer most of mine to be squared off, I do think some photos can look much better when they are horizontal or vertical. There are many apps out there ,Try using Whitagram or Afterlight."Take food shots only in daylight. My big pet peeve with people posting food—and I love it when people post food—but my number one thing is when you're posting at a restaurant and it's dark like a date night, food never looks good. Flash looks horrible, no flash looks horrible,"Know when to Instagram and when to Snapchat. Veritable Instagram queen Eva Chen says it's important to know the difference. And what does it come down to? Lighting. "If the lighting is good, it's Instagram. If it's not, use Snapchat,"Keep it simple. Kendall Jenner's approach to Instagram is a more minimalistic one. She advises to just keep it as simple as possible. Start from the building blocks of any good photo: lighting and angles.Never post more than three times from one event. If Kim Kardashian decrees it, then it must be so. The reality star insists that posting more than three photos from one event is in poor taste, as it clogs up your followers' feeds. Stick to three or fewer, and you're in the social media clear.Only use natural light. Song of Style blogger Aimee Song takes the whole lighting thing one step further, by encouraging that Instagram users try to only ever use natural light in their photos. "Natural lighting is always best,"You must know how to self-edit.