Traveling around the world in search of his happy place, @adrianredcom stumbled upon this beautiful remote island in Eastern Thailand 🌴.
“Don't like winter or gray weather? Move somewhere warm and sunny all year long. Not happy with your 9-5 office job? Go freelance, travel the world and do your own thing. As creatives, we can make it work anywhere. So sail away from the safe harbor, explore, capture and share your journey." – @adrianredcom
Photographer @jordhammond kicked off the Lunar New Year with a trip to the Tianjin Binhai Library 📚.
"The thought of experiencing something new each day is something that motivates me. While on the road, I find comfort in documenting lesser known locations that have somewhat of a blank canvas and a lack of preconceptions. The grandeur and wavy lines of the Tianjin Binhai Library had me hooked from the first time I saw a photo of the place." — @jordhammond
“This reflective tarn with Mt. Rainier as the backdrop showcases a lot of what I try to portray through my adventure photography. I often backpack alone with a tripod and wireless shutter remote. Creating a scene with a human to incorporate scale and relatability is hard by yourself, but overcoming these challenges is part of the thrill and individualizes your work. For those who hike alone or get outdoors spontaneously and don't have anyone to hike with, bring a tripod and capture yourself amongst the landscapes as you revel in pure genuine awe." – photographer @tygroby
Finding ways to ‘light up the darkness,’ @demas captures one of the most iconic landmarks in Tokyo 🗼.
“It was designed to stand out and be visible by planes or from high vantage points from all directions! 👀 The orange colour really pops especially at night and the 360 degree view from the new observation deck at the very top is super cool too! 👈🏻 Swipe left to see”
Making my way downtown 🚶♂️🎵
“The video was created entirely using still images that were stitched together to create a hyper lapse around various locations in LA. I first started combining stop motion + hyper lapse techniques in 2016 and always loved the fun, playful imagery I could create using such simple effects. Once I started combining those effects with masking + tracking, then I was really able to create something that I thought was unique.” - @ari_fararooy
No matter where photographer @joelrobison wanders, he starts each morning with a quiet moment and a cup of ☕️.
“For this piece, I feel that it says a lot about my work as a whole and about the stories that I like to share. My work is rooted in that middle ground between reality and the imagination. In this image, I wanted to show the idea of playfulness and that anything is possible.”
Photographer @yk kicks off our new February theme — #CreateYourStory. We’re exploring the art of visual storytelling and the inspiration behind your creativity. Submit work that best represents you and your story by tagging us, and including the hashtag, for a chance to be featured.
“I love shooting reflections and night photography in general. I know this is a famous spot to shoot and tried to picture it in a different way, while maintaining my own style.” - @yk
We’re closing out this month of coral colors with @colbybrownphotography’s crisp shot 😍. (You can also check out his channel to see how he uses @lightroom to add finishing touches to his images.) We’ve got big things in store for February 👀. Keep your eyes peeled to see how you can participate.