Loading...
Sorry, we can not find the requested user profile.
Another Posts from Popular User

Photo by @globalworming
“i was chasing light at this moment,” says photographer aurélie guisiano (@globalworming ) of his #whpnaturallight submission. “i was driving around the place and i saw those shadows behind the sunrise over the eiffel tower. it was amazing — it looked like a bike ballet.” lucky for us, he pulled his car over and took the picture. 📸

comment 4,850 star 750k 13 hours ago

Photo by @mylenecybele
“when i’m taking pictures in nature, i always try to find the perfect light,” says photographer and videographer mylène sopacua (@mylenecybele ). “light can change a scenery – and in this case a picture – completely. and with this fox, everything was just perfect.” #whpnaturallight

comment 6,677 star 1m 14 hours ago

Photo by @tom_juenemann
tall shadows star in this drone-powered image from tom-christoph jünemann (@tom_juenemann ). “after i took some photos in the forest with great light, i decided to fly with my drone above the trees,” says tom-christoph. “i like the fact that it’s an image that made me think and also confused many other people at first sight.”
follow along as we feature more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #whpnaturallight.

comment 2,789 star 544k 15 hours ago

Photo by @hellobaleen
seattle-based jewelry line baleen (@hellobaleen ) believes in “good design for everyone!” (it says so in their instagram bio.) “we started baleen with that philosophy,” explains leah lawrence, who founded the company with fellow designer billy bartels in 2013, “with the goal to bring high-quality goods made with integrity right here in our ‘backyard’ to a larger, more diverse audience of people — not just those with big incomes. this philosophy really helps keep us smart in terms of design and fabrication, and in the end, if a piece is too expensive to make we don’t add it to the line.”
leah and billy met in 2008 while working in a shop in seattle. “after a short time, we became good friends and eventually realized just how much we liked each other,” says leah. “we’ve been together ever since and couldn’t imagine not working together every day.”
baleen is one of the 34 businesses included in our first-ever #instagiftguide, which matches popular hashtag trends from 2018 with🔥gift ideas.
click the link in our bio to check it out. 🛍 you can also learn more about baleen today in our story.

comment 2,514 star 287k 20 hours ago

Photo by @smallstepsaregiantleaps
greetings earthlings. this is 7-year-old kid astronaut and first-grader harrison sheldon. 🚀he’s the star of @smallstepsaregiantleaps , a photo project that his dad, editorial photographer and nonprofit media consultant aaron sheldon, started when harrison was 4 years old.
instagram: aaron, is there a game attached to the project?
aaron: when we decide to visit a place for the project, we talk about what we might see there. during our visit, i have harry compare what we thought we might see with the actual experience. my favorite part of each shoot is hearing his thoughts about the places and what he liked about each place as we look at the pictures together over a post-mission doughnut, cookie or ice-cream cone.
ig: astronaut harrison, what’s the best part of being an astronaut?
harrison: exploring places, meeting astronauts, bouncing on hotel beds, having cool exploring gear and snacks.
ig: astronaut harrison, what do you want to be when you grow up?
harrison: superhero.
aaron: what if your plan to create your own superpowers doesn’t work out? what would you be if you can’t be a superhero?
harrison: police officer and construction worker in space.
check out today’s story to explore along with harrison and aaron on some of their adventures.

comment 15,859 star 982k 3 days ago

Featured photo by @hirokingraphy
weekend hashtag project: #whpnaturallight this weekend the challenge is to make images and videos that are illuminated with natural light, as in this photo from hiroki (@hirokingraphy ).
start with the light source. sunlight, moonlight or even starlight set the tone for different images, whether a landscape under the star-filled sky or a beach scene on a bright sunny day. more abstract effects of light can be found in rainbow light or a mass of fireflies dancing in the dark.
scout your location. look for places where light has a more dramatic effect, whether coming in shards through trees in a forest, bouncing off of a reflective building, glistening on the surface of a lake or pool, or simply coming through a window to add shape and contrast to your subject.
time it right. think about the time of day and how the quality of light affects your subject or scene. whether the soft hazy light at dawn, the hard shadows of the midday sun or the colors at sunset, use these qualities of light to set the mood and atmosphere of your images or video.
project rules: please add the #whpnaturallight hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. by adding the #whpnaturallight hashtag, you consent to and grant instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. if you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #whpnaturallight hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.

comment 14,455 star 2m 4 days ago

Video by @aleia
you would not know it from the creepy cast of characters in her miniature scenes, but aleia murawski (@aleia ) didn’t always love bugs. “snails were my gateway to overcoming my fear of creepy crawlers… except centipedes still kind of freak me out,” explains the 29-year-old artist, who found three pet snails with her friend and collaborator sam copeland a few years ago. “after watching the snails, we started to personify them and began imagining little worlds to build around them.” now, all the stars of aleia’s scenes have a home in her unique family: there are the star snails, noodle and buddy, the praying mantises, deborah and barbara, and even a frog named froggo.
“my work is about the everyday, but it is also about imagining other possibilities,” explains aleia. “the stories feel limitless, no matter how mundane. working with snails has allowed me to process my own world and reinterpret my reality. creating a scene with a snail up all night alone in the office, or two snails driving off into the sunset, helps me turn my own stress and intuitions into something playful and tangible.” aleia’s parting words for the instagram community? “a snail can do anything, and so can you.”
see more of her creepy cast in action on today’s story and our igtv channel. 🐌🖤👽

comment 11,150 star 503k 5 days ago

Photo by @jsnjnr
rising to the occasion for #whplayers

comment 20,745 star 691k 6 days ago

Photo by @freyaeverafter_
the birds roam free in rupa sutton’s (@freyaeverafter_ ) bedroom. “while the feathers on the surface are absolutely beautiful to see, there’s a whole layer underneath that’s hidden until they fluff up for preening or bathing,” says rupa of her birds sprig and willow. “the hidden colors are some of the most intense. it’s truly a special treat to get a glimpse of them.” #whplayers

comment 6,548 star 1m 6 days ago

Photo by @rkrkrk
after multiple attempts to capture mount fuji over the years, ryosuke kosuge (@rkrkrk ) captured his dream shot. 🗻 “my photography style is ‘dense,’” says the photographer from tokyo, “which predominantly captures lots of information and density.” follow along as we feature more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #whplayers.

comment 18,985 star 3m 6 days ago

Photo by @pingoeninadalmatians
hello, world! today’s #weeklyfluff stars two spotted pals: pingo and nina (@pingoeninadalmatians ). they have some big differences: pingo hates to get dirty and nina loves the mud. pingo loves to sleep; nina loves cognitive games. but, even still, they’re best friends. “dalmatians are happy dogs,” explains pingo and nina’s human, adriana, “full of personality and always ready to adventure, whether on the beach, in the mud, in the grass, with a ball or with just a twig.”
check out today’s story and our igtv channel to see what life is like in rio for this pair.

comment 9,215 star 1m 6 days ago

Photo illustration by @sophiejanephoto
sophie jane (@sophiejanephoto ) captured this photo of her son after a trip to maungauika/north head historic reserve, a former military defense site in auckland, new zealand, with a series of underground tunnels. “my son had been soaking up all the history of the place and was standing inside one of the forts afterwards quietly considering it all,” says the photographer. “the underground tunnels are very eerie, and i wanted to bring some of that feeling to the image. i knew superimposing a reflection of the scene my son might have been imagining would be perfect for adding dimension and telling a story.” #whplayers

comment 5,506 star 637k 1 weeks ago