Here's a funny video that tweaks all the Instagram users (and of course I'm one of them):
I don't think using Instgram means that you're not a "real" photographer, and I don't think "real" photographers don't use Instagram (what a silly thought).
But here's a thought: what
if, in 5 or 10 years, the barriers between vision and execution are even
lower? by that I mean, if you're able to see it, you'll be able to
capture it? if you're able to imagine it, you'll be able to
do it? ... I'm sure there will always be craft associated with
photography, and it will always be valued. but I think the separation
between "real" photography and ... whatever else we're talking about,
will continue to narrow.
Gizmodo has posted a helpful piece about exporting all your Instagram photos.