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  1. Jyo says

    Hehe Instagram husband ! Sounds funny and interesting….I never come across this word…this is something new to me

    • LauraJ says

      I found the term online and I thought okay, I have to write about this! I didn’t realise how many people online work with their partners.

  2. Dorie says

    Wow, this is such an interesting article. I never thought about topics like the man behind the girl bosses.
    Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Greetings from Vienna
    Dorie von

  3. Beyoutiful says

    I don’t have a BF nor am I married. I wish I had an Instagram Husband because I’m so into photography and posting pics on IG. I tell my bro or my parents to take my pics but they are not interested or lack patience which frustrates me! I would feel so bad to tell my husband to take pictures of me all the time lol but as long as he is interested and supports me, I feel like it’s ok 🙂 But I would so appreciate a husband who would do that for me just because he loves me! Great post girl 🙂

    • LauraJ says

      The ideal partner is one who loves photography right lol. Online team work! I think unless people are on Instagram and use it actively, they’ll struggle to find interest in helping to take images for it. Maybe a tripod is the way forward when there’s not an Instagram husband around 🙂 x

  4. vividual says

    I just wish I had an Instagram husband My boyfriend takes pretty good spontaneous pictures but for blogging you definitely need more than that. I’m jealous xx

    • LauraJ says

      Don’t be because my Instagram husband doesn’t live near me lol. We have to arrange shoots and then I have to wait. I need to find an actual husband who loves photography and then we team up! xx

    • LauraJ says

      I’ve thought about getting a tripod but I like shooting out and about in places like London. And I don’t trust setting up my camera on a tripod and standing away to shoot, I’d end up with no camera or photographer lol.

  5. thelonelyauthorblog says

    I bet a male behind the scene often interrupts or hinders a woman’s career, but it really shouldn’t. If I were married I would understand my lady progressing in her career is a win for both of us, I have always urged my girlfriends to take risks or put in the extra hours when needed.

    As for your beautiful photos, you are photogenic, so you make it easy for the photographer (or photographer-not).

    • LauraJ says

      Sorry for a late reply Andrew. Just found this comment in my spam folder. I think any person in a relationship should support their partner and bring out the best in them, but unfortunately some don’t like the idea of their partner improving. Maybe it’s a control thing or a worry they’ll outgrow them.
      Thank you so much for the compliment. I’ve learnt with photography, no one is photogenic unless the lighting is good.