Get started

You'll need to setup an account with OKDoThis. The process is simple and doesn't take long at all. Read full review
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4.0 stars

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Browse DO's

Want to be inspired to get creative with your next photo? Browse through popular and recently created Dos. Read full review
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A random Do

Snap a photo of whatever is behind your iPhone at that moment. In my case, it was a jar of soy sauce at a local Chinese restaurant. Read full review
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Filters!

You can add up to three filters per image submitted through OKDoThis. Read full review
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4.0 stars

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Sharing

When you post a photo you can -- of course -- share it to Facebook or Twitter. Read full review
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4.0 stars

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Creativity at its finest

A topic that didn't seem like it would breed a photo of high quality proved me wrong. Read full review
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4.0 stars

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Random Do leads to great photos

A seemingly random Do directing you to take photos of things found on the ground can lead to amazing photos. It's fun to browse a random Do to get inspired. Read full review
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