Instagram has definitely influenced a lot of social media users through photographs. It’s a game-changer for amateur and professional photographers. Some have even made a living out of traveling and taking beautiful photos while others have made it their professional portfolio.
With the millions of users sharing their photos, it is a challenge to stand out. Let me share to you 10 accounts that I follow because of their creativity and excellence in their craft.
I consider his photos like a showcase in a photo exhibit and hanging in a gallery. It’s an example of art in photography at its best where he brings art with spectacular cityscapes.
Another great set of good photographic skills. I love his well-composed images and sometimes dreamy look and feel of portraits and landscapes.
Sam is one of the many shutterbugs slinging a dslr out of his holster for a living. He does a lot of instagram meetups and photowalks creating art with his camera as he weaves his way around the city.
His photos are so good they make you want to go on a trip. What I love most are the interesting subjects that makes a great foreground of the landscapes. He’s not even a professional shooter and is currently in school.
Pei loves to share objects and structures with symmetry, lines and patterns. She manages to find the most interesting scenes out of the geometrical intricacies of a place or scene.
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An inspirational guy who travels along with a dog he picked up which has become a bit of an instagram superstar. Amazingly, it has become the subject of his works which is a well behaved model dog.
This photographer and stylist captures the best and tastiest of a food scene. See food porn done right with her photos.
I love this series of photographs of random people of New York and their unique stories. I am inspired to start one soon if I have the guts.
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A proper photojournalist covering news on assignment in places like China, Libya, the Congo for National Geographic. His portraits are especially impressive in producing very powerful images.
His use of strong contrast and colors really makes his photos stand out. His photographs on the streets and people really strikes a story to the viewers.
So there you go, 10 people that I suggest you follow though there are literally thousands of great photographers out there. I have still a long way to go and I hope I get more inspired to enhance this craft. And lastly, don’t forget to follow me on Instagram as well @ohemjae and as always, spread good vibes! 🙂
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