2 Cara Kepo Menyimpan Instastory Orang Tanpa Ketahuan

Instagram Stories, yang lebih dikenal dengan InstaStory atau sebutan gaulnya SnapGram, merupakan fitur post konten foto, video, draw teks yang hanya akan ditampilkan selama 24 Jam kepada followers, di mana kalo lebih dari itu maka postingan akan hilang secara otomatis.

Kalo kamu bikin post InstaStory, kamu bisa ngeliat siapa aja followers yang udah mengintip atau melihat postingan kamu dan tentunya mereka gak bisa menyimpannya, meskipun kebanyakan dari kamu mencoba untuk menyimpannya dengan menggunakan bantuan tombol screenshoot serta aplikasi perekam layar.

Di sini, tantangannya adalah gimana cara ngeliat InstaStory orang lain tanpa ada akun kamu di viewer pemilik akun? Terus, gimana bisa menyimpannya tanpa aplikasi perekam layar & screenshoot?

Wow.. saya bukan hacker yah untuk mencari celah untuk itu, tapi kamu bisa ngelakuin itu semua dengan cara ini:


Kalo kamu nge-akses Instagram dengan browser, pastinya kamu gak akan ngeliat adanya fitur InstaStory, dan meskipun ada nantinya pun kamu bakal ada di daftar viewer si pemilik akun karena telah melihat post-nya tersebut. Right?

Nah, untuk itu kamu bisa ngakalin dengan menambahkan ekstensi IG Story di browser Google Chrome kamu, dan jeng jeng jeeeng… kamu akan melihat deretan InstaStory temen-temen kamu. Selain bisa ngeliat tanpa ketahuan di InstaStory tersebut, kamu juga bisa nyimpen post story-nya loh.

Melihat & Save InstaStory tanpa Ketahuan


Gak semua pengguna PC suka pake browser Chrome, jadi kita punya alternatif lain untuk itu. Kamu tetap bisa ngeliat dan menyimpan InstaStory orang lain dari situs storiesig.com dan kamu memliki fitur yang sama seperti ekstensi IG Story yang ada di Chrome sebelumnya.

Dan tentunya website ini gak membatasi platform manapun serta kamu gak perlu login ke akun Instagram kamu. Ini jadi kelebihan serta kelemahan utamanya, karena dengan gak login maka kamu juga gak akan bisa ngeliat akun “private” meskipun sudah kamu follow.


Kabar bahagia untuk kamu yang pake Android, kamu bisa juga pake aplikasi StorySaver dengan fitur yang sama persis, bahkan bisa me-repost InstaStory secara langsung.

So, dengan bantuan tools kek gini para stalker yang kangen mantan bisa sedikit terobati dari rasa rindu meskipun malu untuk diketahui oleh si doi. Tapi, berbagai tools tadi itu tetap gak bisa melihat akun yang gak kamu follow + Private loh yaa. Jadi, solusi terbaik yang harus kamu siapin adalah satu buah akun spy untuk itu.

Udah pada nyoba? Gimana komentar kamu? hehe 🙂

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Tutorial – Instagram Photo Editing; DARK TONES (EP.2)

It’s the second time I share my dark photo tone tutorial. Never get bored, right? If you haven’t seen the first episode, you can check here or if you like more to have a bright tone one, you can check it right here & please kindly need your feedback. So, here we go:

*Please note that you can skip step 1-2 if you already have the apps and you think your photo is not as bright as mine on this post


To create this tone, you need to install: Snapseed, Lightroom Mobile, and VSCO. That is mandatory. You can get them for free except VSCO (purchase additional filters).

Editing Apps

You can also read this, if you need a reference to install 12 best photo editing apps for your Instagram feeds.


Snapseed 1

Snapseed 2

**Always use snapseed as the first editing process and use only these features: Healing, Transform, Brush, Selective, and Expand.

You can use my photo sample for your practice, click here to download.

  1. Open Snapseed and choose the photo you want to edit by clicking “Open”
  2. Start editing by clinking pen logo in the bottom of right corner, then choose “Brush”
  3. In the brush section, please select “Exposure”, set it to -0.3 then start brushing to over-brighted area (in this photo, all area is looking too bright so brush it all), to show the area that you have brushed, tap on “eye” symbol beside the exposure
  4. After you brush, go to editing menu and choose “Transform”, swipe right or left to adjust the angle of the photo. Here I adjust Vertical perspective to -40, Horizontal perspective to +10, Rotation +0.45
  5. This photo is way too portrait and I think I need to crop some part of it. Go to editing menu then choose “Crop”, adjust the border so you crop only undesired part
  6. It’s done, save the photo and choose “Export”



Lightroom is only used to adjust or strengthen the color composition of the photo.

  1. Open Lightroom Mobile, select the photo that you have edited with Snapseed
  2. Go to “Color” on the menu bar below, then tap on rainbow circle (mix) at the right top corner***
  3. Done, so you can tap export then save photo to camera roll

***Color composition (Hue, Saturation, Luminance):

Dark Tone 2

(The number above can be adjusted as you desire)



VSCO is a final editing process for me. I didn’t use many filter but only 3 filters that become my favorite, they are C7, L3, and J2.

  1. Open the photo that you want to edit (result from lightroom) by clinking plus (+) at the top right corner
  2. Apply C7 filter for this photo, tap on the filter then set the opacity to +9.5
  3. Go to edit section then we can configure some elements****
  4. Done, save to camera roll!

****Elements that I have configured for this photo:

vsco edit

(The number above can be adjusted as you desire)


You got my seconf dark tone now, it’s time for you guys to show it off!

  1. Upload your edited photo or sample of my photo onto Instagram (sample here)
  2. Mention me (@donilaksono) with hashtag #donilaksono_tone because I wanna see your editing result! 😀


Before Edit


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After Edit

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Do I need to post the Episode 3? Please feel free to comment! 🙂

12 Photo Editing Apps You Must Install For Perfect Instagram Feeds

On my Instagram, I used to post both photos and instastory with various style of photo editing or video editing. And you, as one of my loyal audiences are sometimes wondering of how I edit those good photos/videos and what apps that I use to create them all. Right now and here, I  will share my 12 editing apps that you must install for perfect Instagram feeds:

*Please note that some of these apps are in-app purchases & only available on iOS devices


Snapseed Logo

A subsidiary of Google, this app is very simple yet powerful. I use Snapseed as first editing process because it has complete basic editing tools.

Use this to: Adjust point of view from your photos, darken/lighten specific area, removes unwanted objects from photos–this is the most important feature of all!


Lightroom Mobile Logo

Developed from Adobe, Lightroom mobile version is no much different from PC version. At least, it is still useful to make your photo looks adorable and it’s so user-friendly.

Use this to: Change the colors (hue, luminance) for each of your photos, adjust color saturation, and lights (black & white composition).


VSCO Cam Logo

This is one of the most simple and powerful editing apps in the market. I use this app as the final process of my editing after I use Snapseed and/or Lightroom mobile.

Use this to: Giving desired tones to your photos. My favorite presets are C7, L3, J2


Lens Distortion Logo

Sorry to say that this app is only for iOS users. This app is useful to create new ambience into your photos by adding natural effects.

Use this to: Add dramatic effects like fogs, bokeh, sunrays, lights, etc.


Plotograph Logo

This is not a free app and not too useful for you who likes to post selfies, foods or OOTD photos because it turns your photo into magical video. Best applied on landscape photos.

Use this to: Create your photo into a moving picture (video) in a specific area.


Enlight Logo

This app is so cool for those who like art and surrealistic photo, because we can edit many photos and blend them all into one good-looking art picture.

Use this to: Blend-in several photos, double exposure photos, photo masking, create logo or iconic profile picture.


Perfect365 Logo

For selfie lovers, please admit that your face is not flawless and such a beautiful-looking in every time. This app can beautify your whole face and of course it can increase your confidence.

Use this to: Soften your face skin, remove acnes and blemishes, change your hair color, and photo-make-up your appearence.


PicsArt Logo

A conventional editing app, but it’s clear and simple enough for editing.

Use this to: Collage photos, resize photos before you decide where to post (instastory, IG feeds, facebook, etc.), add funny and fancy stickers into your photos.


Typorama Logo

If you see my instastory sometimes is full of iconic and elegant fonts, yes I use this! This app is so easy, free, sleek, and useful. It also doesn’t consume many RAM on your phone.

Use this to: Add texts with elegant fonts into your photos or picture.


InShot Logo

Sometimes, photo or video resolution that you have taken doesn’t fit with Instagram and it’s automatically cropped when you upload, so this app can help you to make everything fits as you desire. I use this mostly for my instastory.

Use this to: Edit videos/photos, and fit it with desired screen ratio or resolution.


Flipagram Logo

Simple and free video editing app for your instastory guys, but unfortunately you need to purchase this app if you want to remove Flipagram watermark on your video.

Use this to: Edit videos and photos for your instastory to make unusual effects and add some musics.


VivaVideo Logo

The most reliable video editing app on the planet. It is so easy to use, perfectly complete feature and it gives you many options to edit your videos or photos by adding various kind of filters, templates, and fancy effects.

Use this to: Create or edit video and photo on your smartphone for vlogging.

So, have you intalled those apps and experienced some? What do you think? Or if you guys have other better editing apps in mind, please do not hesitate to comment below 🙂

Tutorial – Instagram Photo Editing; BRIGHT TONES (EP.1)

I appreciate your interest to my tones, guys! After I posted photo editing tutorial for previous dark tones here, the traffic to my blog has increased significantly.. good job! Well, since I got the new posts of bright tones, most people are also having fond to my tones! Thank you very much.

As a generous person, now I would like to share you my bright tones tutorial with some very simple steps. Anyway, this is even more simple rather than editing the dark tones one. Ready? Here we go:


Unlike the dark tones, you are required to install only these 2 apps: VSCO Cam and Lens Distortions (LD). Those apps are free to download but you need to purchase additional filters for both VSCO and LD.

*LD is only available on iOS devices. If you use Android device, you can install Lens Flare or Picsart or other apps that support flare filters as alternatives.

Editing Apps




  1. Open VSCO and select your photo that will be edited, apply filter C7 or C8, it depends on your interest or your photo
  2. Go to Exposure, increase the level to +3.0 (it can be lower or higher, depends on your photo)
  3. Go to Temperature, increase the level to +1.5 (number are adjustable, depends on your photo but it must be increased)
  4. In Contrast, you can increase the level to +0.5 or more to keep the colors of your photo clear
  5. Highlights, make it to number +2.5 to +5.0, depends on your photo. This is used to make the brightness of the photo a bit diminished.
  6. Skin Tone, make it increased to number +2.0 or more as long as it looks yellowish, if you make it decreased to minus (-) your photo will looks a bit reddish
  7. Go to Fade, increase the level to +2.0 or up to +3.5, it is used to make the colors look blended in
  8. Shadows Tint, choose only between purple or red, depends on your photo. Here I chose red and increase the level to +3.0
  9. Highlights Tint, choose only blue, this is used to make the bright background looks sunny. Increase the blue to level +2.0
  10. Done for VSCO, now save your photo to gallery/camera roll


LD Editing Process
  1. Open LD, and choose the photo that has been edited from VSCO
  2. Choose flare filter on Light Hits, here I use the filter number 5, so it shows Light Hits 5
  3. Move that filter to the right corner above the photo. The filter can be dragged and put anywhere as you wish but you need to adjust where to put so it looks like a real sunlight
  4. The default color of this flare filter is orange, so change the color by swiping up left or right on COLOR section. Swipe until you find a yellowish color
  5. Done, save your photo to gallery/camera roll


You got my bright tone now, it’s time for you guys to show it off again!

  1. Upload your edited photo onto Instagram
  2. Mention me (@donilaksono) with hashtag #Sharingby_Donilaksono because I wanna see your editing result! 😀 I don’t ask money for this but if you guys appreciate what I have shared, please do this.

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