As a freelance photographer, I am constantly getting inspiration through visual content. In 2006, Facebook started as a creative outlet for my words. Nearly ten years later, The Book is merely a way I stay connected with old friends and family, but rarely does it inspire me. That’s where Instagram comes into play. Disclosure: if you’re not an Instagram fan, it’s because you are following all the wrong people.
If you can’t smile looking at a photo, lose your breath, or get inspired, then you’re not Instagramming right. Try these on for size:
@treyratcliff, Trey Ratcliff
Ice cold and stunning.
@colerise, Cole Rise
Landscapes of all kinds—making you wish you had that Nat Geo-style long lens.
@makhorov, Vadim Makhorov
A view of life’s paths from up above.
@witanddelight_ , Kate Arends
You’re going to do one of two things: mimic her simplistic style or wish you had it.
Subtle, bold, and rustic. Try it sometime.
@danrubin, Dan Rubin
So clean and simplistic; he makes it look easy.
@heysp, Sarah Palmer
Colorful, bold, and so creative you’ll come unglued.