Sometimes when you look at a photographer's work it is simultaneously beautiful and intriguing, so much so that you want to understand where the images are coming from, whose mind are they filtered through, which is why I was so excited to interview our latest love, Sean Marc Lee.
Their abilities to capture an object or moment captivate us and may even make us think, “Hey, I can do that.” Here are some Instagram photographers you need to start following now.
We spoke with Kelly Smith of Birdy and Me about her exquisite illustrations, getting inspired in Tasmania and the desire to be wrapped in floral vines.
Emma Bergmeier is singing it for the Perth sisters of style. Quickly dismissing any ignorant or rude opinions about Australia's most isolated capital city and it's lack of fashion and culture credentials, Emma is not one to beat about the bush.
Often photographers find their preferred subject matter and stick to it, but Adarsha Benjamin's range is far-reaching. From playful swimsuit editorials (We Are Handsome) to sweeping, lush landscapes, we the viewers are treated to some seriously amazing eye candy again and again.
Magdalena Lutek, or Nishe, has captivated us with her introspective photographic subjects. Subtle and dreamlike upon first look, Nishe’s wistful ladies seem caught in the middle of a contemplative moment, almost as if they are planning an escape from it all. Portable spoke with the photographer about her work and inspirations.
Mary Gaudin is a Kiwi photographer who has lived in London and is now living in France's idyllic south west. With a penchant for interiors and architecture photography, she's recently released a lovely booklet full of images from an apartment in Marseille.