A Guide to Snapchat for People Who Don’t Get Snapchat

How to Use Snapchat: A Guide for Beginners
In late 2017, Snapchat broke from the standard social media model of intermingling posts from your friends with posts from brands and publications you follow. According to Snapchat, the redesign “separates the social from the media,” so you can access these two different types of content on two entirely separate screens. Here’s a quick recap of the Snapchat update:

What is Snappr?

What is Snappr?What regions do you service?
What kinds of photos can I have taken?
Where is your studio?
Who owns the copyright?
Are your photographers insured?
Pricing and inclusions
How much do you charge? Can you give me a quote?
How many photos do I get?
Will my photos be edited?
Making a booking
How long should I book for?
What happens after I book?
When do I pay?
How do I pay?
Can I book for a photoshoot for tomorrow?
Special requests
Can I choose the photographer?
If I have special requirements, can I check the photographer’s portfolio before booking?
What if I want to have photos taken in multiple locations?
Do you offer discounts for bulk purchase?
Do you offer video services?
Changing a booking
How do I cancel my booking?
Can I reschedule my booking?
Can I upgrade my package?
Can I extend my shoot?
After making a booking
I have just booked, what happens now?
How do I contact my photographer?
After the shoot
When will I get my photos?
My coupon for included digitals doesn’t work

Arguments why God (very probably) exists

Professor of Public Policy, University of Maryland
Robert H. Nelson does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.

Q: Which is better: Math or Physics?

Physicist: Physics.
Mathematician: Math, of course. Can physics do this?