The purpose of an app like Instagram is to celebrate the increasingly mobile culture. There’s no right way or wrong way to use the service but sharing dSLR photos on Instagram seems almost like violating the spirit of the app.
He's responding to an article by Nate Benson on the same topic. I absolutely agree with them. Every time I see a photograph in Instagram that was obviously not taken and edited with Instagram, I feel like I'm been deceived.
It's like a kid getting their parents to build their project for school and presenting it as their own.
I'm not sure why, but a while ago I stopped using Instagram. I never was a big user, but I did post now and then, and I enjoyed seeing friends photos. But for some reason I've lost interest. The Facebook acquisition just makes me want to use it even more because I don't like the idea of companies tracking me and knowing everything about me. I'm paranoid.
If you are too, you can use Instarchive to get your photos off Instagram for free.