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The FollowMeTo Instagram duo have revealed how they do it

Picture: Follow Me To/YouTube
Picture: Follow Me To/YouTube

Murad and Nataly Osmann are superstars on Instagram, with 3.9m followers of their account.

Their format for success is simple - her, holding his hand, walking towards any given scene.

And what appears to be a lot of colour and saturation level editing in photoshop.

Either way, it works for them, with any given snap achieving hundreds of thousands of comments as they go jetsetting around the world.

It's a hard life.

Recently, they've been documenting their travels in India, with a YouTube video detailing how they've been absorbing the local culture while taking a couple more pictures, near Jaipur, in New Delhi, Varanasi and Agra.

In doing so, they've revealed how the iconic shots are achieved.

There's no great cranes or stands or apparatus, or secret. Just a hand reaching behind and a digital SLR, presumably on a fast shutter speed.

Well, what did you expect? It's Instagram, not rocket science.

Watch the full video, below:

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