It's no secret that book lovers are obsessed with bookstagram. Endless accounts filled with feeds that are dedicated solely to photographing, discussing and celebrating books is any bibliophile's dream come true. And while you could just plunk a book down anywhere and snap a quick pic of it, bookstagrammers have perfected the art of the beautiful book photo. YA, adult, crime, thriller, horror, romance... every genre under the sun is represented on bookstagram, and no one account is the same.
Some people go for dark and atmospheric and grainy, while others go for bright, pastels and rainbows. Some people love to get out into nature, while others stay in their bedrooms. Some people have tons of props, while others keep it super minimalist. There are feeds where the photos that are taken on the same background every time, using the same filter, and accounts where every single photo is completely different from the last. So, what is it that makes a good bookstagram? Well, that's entirely up to you. But we do have a few simple hacks that will take your book photos to the next level. They're all easy, and affordable, but they'll add depth and interest to every picture you take. Follow these 11 hacks and you'll be racking up the followers in no time.