In December 2013, Instagram announced Instagram Direct, a feature that lets users interact through private messaging. Users who follow each other can send private messages with photos and videos, in contrast to the public-only requirement that was previously in place. When users receive a private message from someone they don't follow, the message is marked as pending and the user must accept to see it. Users can send a photo to a maximum of 15 people. The feature received a major update in September 2015, adding and making it possible for users to share locations, hashtag pages, and profiles through private messages directly from the news feed. Additionally, users can now reply to private messages with text, or by clicking on a heart icon. A camera inside Direct lets users take a photo and send it to the recipient without leaving the conversation. A new update in November 2016 let users make their private messages "disappear" after being viewed by the recipient, with the sender receiving a notification if the recipient takes a screenshot. In April 2017, Instagram redesigned Direct to combine all private messages, both permanent and ephemeral, into the same message threads. It was also announced that Instagram Direct has 375 million monthly users. In May, Instagram made it possible to send in messages, and also added support for sending photos in their original portrait or landscape orientation without cropping.
45. Lease agreements do not prevent a retail site owner from placing competitive photo booths at the same location. In fact, there are retail locations in the United States where both Image Dynamics and one of its photo booth competitors have photo booths. Similarly, a retail location owner does not have to offer a photo booth. A retail location owner that does not offer a photo booth offers customers some other vending or amusement product instead.
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After visiting Artists Point, make your way along the rest of the dirt track loop road. Of course there are many other compositions along this road that I recommend stopping and soaking in the scenery and history. After exiting the park my second main location I would suggest visiting is Forest Gump point, the famous location from the Forest Gump movie. This is a classic photograph with the straight road leading lines in the foreground and monument valley in the distance.
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The location I chose for sunrise was Artists Point at the far side of the Monument Valley dirt road. The reason for this is as you enter the park at sunrise, the sun is directly facing your camera lens. This is OK if you are looking for a silhouette photograph, but I wanted to have the light behind me. This was so that the morning rays would be shining onto the buttes.
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