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You can use your iPhone’s camera as a photo filter to fake an art gallery

By John Stossel (CNN)A few months ago, the news was all about how you can fake a gallery in the photo-sharing app Instagram.

You can create fake galleries by posing with the camera, making it turn into a lens, or turning your phone’s screen into a mirror.

The only thing missing was a fake gallery that featured a human face.

The problem with the fake gallery is that it would probably be a big bore to actually go through.

And since Instagram was created in 2014, it’s still a bit of a mystery to many people who don’t know how to use the app.

That’s because the service is still mostly a joke, and most people don’t realize that there’s more than one way to use it.

Here are a few of the ways you can use Instagram to fake a real gallery:1.

Photographing the same art you’re trying to fakeA friend and I recently went to a gallery for a party and got in a fight.

I had just started taking photos when she told me that her friend was in the gallery.

I tried to get a photo of the guy, but he was already there, and I was about to get in trouble.

I asked her why and she said that he had just painted a fake face.

That was when I knew that Instagram was the right way to fake the art.

So I snapped a few photos of the actual gallery and pretended that they were the real deal.

The best part about this trick is that the art itself is totally fake.

When I took my picture, the person was just standing there.

The painting was just the right size and shape.

But since there were no faces in the photos, it was easy to fool Instagram.

I was able to fake almost everything I wanted to.

I was able, for example, to create a fake art gallery featuring a photo with a person that looked like me.

I could fake that I was standing in front of a wall of paintings, or a painting by Leonardo da Vinci.

I tried a few other ways to get the art into the gallery, too.

I could fake a mural by painting a picture of the artist, or an abstract painting by an artist I knew.

I even used the same trick to fake paintings by famous artists like Vincent van Gogh and Henri Matisse.

The thing is, the more Instagram users start using the service, the less likely it is that we will ever get the right kind of fake art to share with the world.

We don’t even have enough time to get started.

So until someone puts the idea of making fake art into a user’s head, we will continue to rely on the people who already have the tools and are already making art on Instagram.

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