Photographer and photographer Justin Goss, a graduate of Columbia University, is one of the most accomplished photographers on the planet.
His work has appeared in major publications like Esquire, GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, and The New Yorker.
But the photo-making genius behind the popular Instagram-inspired photo app, Instagram, has left him without the opportunity to showcase his talents to the world.
Goss said that he had no choice but to quit Instagram to pursue his photography.
Goss told the New York Times that he didn’t know why Instagram wanted him to stop using the app.
He says he was asked to stop by Instagram and was told he would lose his spot on the service if he continued to use it.
The New Yorker says Goss didn’t receive a notification for his account.
When asked if he had ever received a notification, he said he had not, but that he received one via a text message.
The text read, “I think you’ve earned a spot on Instagram for now.
Thanks for your support.”
The New York Post reported that Goss says he is now unable to use Instagram because it is blocking his photos from being seen on the app, and that he is trying to get his photos onto the site as soon as possible.
Gross says he did not get a notification from Instagram for his photo and video editing app, Adobe Photoshop CC, but when he asked why he was unable to view his work, he was told that he needed to be on the site for Instagram to display his work.
“I didn’t realize how much Instagram was blocking my photos until after they had blocked my Instagram account,” Goss said in a statement to the New Yorker .
“I was not notified of the blocked account or the reason that I couldn’t upload my photos on Instagram.”
Goss has not posted any photos on the Instagram app since January, when the app launched.
He still uses the app on his desktop, which is now a backup plan, and on his phone, which has been turned off.
Goyim, who was not on the photo editing app for some reason, has a very different story.
Goyim says he used Instagram for three years and never received a message from the company.
He believes that Instagram was trying to block his photos in order to prevent him from sharing them.
Goya said he didn�t get a message that he was blocked, but he did receive a text from the app saying that his photos were blocked.
Goya posted a screenshot of the text to Instagram, and he believes it was sent from Instagram to Instagram.
“In this case, Instagram was intentionally blocking my account,” he wrote.
“I am posting this because I believe it is the right thing to do.
Instagram has no right to prevent my work from appearing on their platform.”
Goyam told The Associated Press that he did get a notice from Instagram after a few days.
Goys Instagram account is now disabled.