Hudson or Valencia? Or maybe X-Pro II? How about reducing the saturation, with a bit of a tweak on the warmth?
Let's face it, the majority of us have no idea what we're doing when we're Instragramming our opportunist landscape snaps - we just hope it looks like we do. Which is where the Frameworks One will come in handy.
Measuring 25 by 25 centimetres, the display is part picture frame, part lamp. Inviting users to rediscover the joy of printing off their favourite images, the Frameworks One uses a high quality, translucent photo paper called Duratrans. Slipping your picture into the display, you're able to adjust the frame's backlight with a neat metal fader - changing the warmth and tone of the image.
Rather than having to hunt down one of the few photo printing companies that hasn't gone extinct, Frameworks One comes with an app. Select a photo from Instagram or other picture service, crop it down to scale and order a Frameworks One-compatible print - with shipping available world wide.
(Images: Frameworks One)