Instagram Photo Favorites: 19th Edition
bradleycastaneda – I don’t cover many of the black & whites, they get too plain or overly influenced by capturing a photo that has been taken before. This feed has a great mix of mountain photos but the grit of the location shows, feels a bit more connected.
claireonline – You can almost hear the calmness in these photos.
diegovchavez – I’m careful about posting photos with too much HDR or sharpening turned up to the max, both can be controlled nicely in Camera+. I didn’t want to deny this upbeat feed because of my personal techniques, it was just too friendly once I started scrolling thru.
ISO50 on Instagram:
Scott Hansen – @iso50
Jakub Alexander – @heatheredpearls
Alex Cornell – @acornell
Beamer Wilkins – @beamercola
Jonathan Marsh – @B3PO
5 Comments Leave A Comment
funklore says:July 10, 2012 at 4:22 pm
great instagramers – more monochromatic minimalism here http://statigr.am/funklore
John says:July 15, 2012 at 11:23 am
“I don’t cover many of the black & whites, they get … overly influenced by capturing a photo that has been taken before.”
Lol. Wut? Srsly?
funklore says:July 15, 2012 at 3:24 pm
i was thinking about it as well – this also apllies to all the color washed out stuff… so what?
Willett says:July 18, 2012 at 8:07 am
Great picks Jakub. As usual
Ronaldo says:July 27, 2012 at 2:47 am
Registration will begin April 4th. The camp will run from 9am-4pm. The other information you restequed will be on the registration forms. We hope to see your child in the Aquatic Robotics Camp!