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iPhone

Photos

"I first started taking pictures and editing with just my phone. The way mobile phone lenses flatten images forced me to learn to prioritize composition over everything else, and made me a better photographer in the process. I'm always looking at lines created by building edges and other architectural forms, and trying to think about them two dimensionally. But in practice, I often just point and shoot and hope for the best!"

-- Taryn Leigh (@arynlei)

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Hustle

Design

"Hustle was designed for one of the hardest working people I know! I value both modern and traditional design techniques and both are integral when creating my boards. Each board has a concept unique to the client that evolves during the composition phase. I used modern design programs and print when developing a concept and a traditional technique known as Découpage to create the final piece."

-- Anastasia Yves (@anastasiayves)

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Drone

Photos

"When I go out to shoot, I like to find the perfect balance of scenery and framing my subject. I want people to feel good when they see my photos, almost as if they are with me in that moment. Good vibes only!"

-- Brian Dao (@briandaoo)

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Humans

Travel

"My favorite photos to take are the ones with a human element in them. It allows me to tell a story or convey a feeling within a single frame. This can really take an image to the next level because no matter what medium you use, art is really all about telling stories and evoking a viewer's emotions"

-- Chase Grund (@chasegrund)

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3D

Design

"Blurring the lines between the real and the surreal is what my artwork constantly aims to achieve. Regardless of the medium. 3D allows me to explore this concept on steroids. Things can look so extremely realistic, but then you realize in reality their existence would be completely impossible. It's strangely liberating."

-- Jessica Ticchio (@jessicaticchio)

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iPhone

Photos

"I don’t consider myself a photographer, but an Art Director with an iPhone. I’m not creating images… I’m just documenting what happens around me. I still shoot 90% of my photos with an iPhone, including this aerial shot of the city. And I edit completely on the iPhone."

-- Jason M Peterson (@jasonmpeterson)

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PS

Life

"While creating I like to do the opposite of others, by taking a different photo from the same place or the same person. A lot of my inspiration for creating comes from seeing others do it on social media. At night, I'll use my low light lens for the best quality. After that, I go edit on photoshop and lightroom."

-- Kevin Kf (@kevinkkf)

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Styling

Flatlay

"When I think about creating content I always start with a general idea. A theme. What do I want to convey? I find it so important to have a story behind what I'm looking to create. A flatlay isn't an original idea, at the end of the day it's just product and props. But I think if you convey a mood and narrative through colors, compositions, and color schemes, then you can tell a meaningful story. So I go in with that idea."

-- Michelle (@mich.elle.imagery)

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Liverpool

Photos

"For me, there's no other city like Liverpool, it's unique... You can always visit and see something new. Different perspectives, different people, different aesthetics. It's what makes the city so great. I try and capture the truth in my photography and show people a perspective of the city they might not usually see. I am always inspired by light in my photographs and how it manipulates our surroundings to give a completely new aesthetic to objects and how we perceive them"

-- Leo Bovem (@leo.bovem)

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Vibe

Minimalism

"When I shoot often I like to find the shy side of things. The shy corner of a place or the shy side of a person. I think that the real beauty and the real pureness is hidden right there."

-- Riccardo Vecchi (@riccardo_vecchi)

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Abstract

Perspective

I’m used to seeing my surroundings as a combination of shapes. Photography gives me the possibility to abstract what I see and show a different and metaphysical perspective of the things."

-- Marco Lumini (@marco_lumini)