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Business Insider reader Ashley writes in to share her experience of getting her photos printed and being able to share them on Instagram.

Ashley writes: I am the only member of my family to have a photo printer and I love it.

It’s a bit of a nightmare, as the photo editor is not on the phone with me but it is still a convenient way to get my photos printed.

It is worth mentioning that I do not have a membership card to use, so I have to pay for it.

When I first went to my local costco, I had to show them my receipt to get a discount on the printer.

I then bought the printer and paid for it by going to the website and buying the photo paper, which was £4.99.

When the photo printer arrived, I realised it was going to be a bit tricky, so the next time I went there I bought the paper, took the photo, put it in my camera bag and left.

This time, I got the receipt, went to the printer, took it back to the office and they were happy to print it, which is how I got my photos on Instagram this week.

It took about 20 minutes, but when I went to post it on my feed I was greeted by a flurry of comments and comments from my friends, who wanted to know why I had done it.

This is not a new experience for me, so when I realised my photos were being published online, I was excited.

I also realised I had missed out on one of my favourite photos of me, my wedding day.

As a wedding photographer, I have often thought about the photo I would take, and if I am ever able to take one of those, I am sure it would be a photograph of my lovely wife.

After being able for a few minutes to reflect on my photo, I decided to share it on Instagram with the hashtag #IWishIWentToMyBrideday.

I would love to see other people share photos from their weddings on Instagram as well, as this is a very real and personal moment for so many people.

Business Insider readers Ashley, Emily and Natalie are sharing their experiences with a photo editing app called CVS Photo Coupon.

Business and lifestyle expert Ashley is an international travel writer who lives in London.

She is a photo editor for a travel agency and has recently been published in The Economist.

Emily is a journalist based in New York City.

She tweets as @emilytheeureka.

Natalie is an IT expert, and a travel writer, and she is a freelance journalist based on the Gold Coast, Australia.