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Photographer Rankin, the company that owns photojournalism site WeddingWire, announced Tuesday it is shutting down its popular photo-sharing platform, Instagram.
The company said that, by the end of June, it will no longer offer its service to consumers.
It will not be able to provide any additional features, it said.
The service, launched in 2009, was launched by Instagram in an effort to make it easier for people to share their photos on Instagram.
As a result of this move, Rankin says it will not offer a service to users of the service.
WeddingWire has long had a loyal following among wedding photographers, as well as photographers who have been on its platform for more than three years.
But as the photo-stitching business has become more popular, many have stopped sharing their work.
In December, wedding photographer and Instagram star Kim Rauch announced that she would be moving to Instagram to pursue her career.
But Rauzch’s decision was met with a backlash from some wedding photographers.
Many, including Rauchi, felt the company should not have made her move in the first place.
“There is a reason why they shut down,” said wedding photographer Scott Feltman, who was a member of the WeddingWire team.
“There is not a reason.
There’s nothing they can do about it.”
Feltman said that the company was “trying to do the right thing” by shutting down the service but that there are “real consequences” for people who are not following the guidelines.
“It’s the equivalent of a car driving off the road,” Feltmans told Recode.
“It’s not the safest option.
You’re not going to stop it, you’re not getting any money out of it.”
Rauch told Recodes that she will continue to upload her photos to her Instagram account.