Tag: instagram

Are Digital Artists the new stars in photography?

Have you ever thought about your opinion on photo editing? I’m not talking about the kind of post-editing that’s supposed to make models even more flawless by retouching half of their legs and adding quite a bit to their upper part of the body.  No, I’m referring to the photo editing that makes sceneries, parts ...

Some Instagram feeds for you that are a bit different

 Hey guys, last time I showed you Instamgram feeds that make you a travel-addict by taking our thoughts to solitary beaches, impressive miracles of nature and bustling cities. For today I had an idea that was a bit different: These three accounts will make you laugh or they may even make you shake your head. ...

The Broccoli Tree

Landscape and wildlife photographers often keep info regarding locations and motifs they find particularly interesting to themselves. One reason for that is that in times of internet and google maps other photographers soon find out about them and the locations or motifs become “overphotographed”. One additional reason is provided by the story about a tree ...

Mountains with a halo – Reuben Wu’s stunning photography

Those among you who use Instagram a lot and who, like me, are interested in drone landscape photography in particular, probably know Reuben Wu already. With his characteristic drone light photography, the musician and photographer spellbinds thousands of followers and succeeds in portraying already stunning mountain chains and rocks as something even more overwhelming. His ...

Attention – these Instagram users will make you a travel-addict!

Hey guys! Addicted to traveling! A feeling I’m often caught by and that tortures me every now and then. I simply love hopping on a car, a train or a plane and starting off into my next adventure! No matter where to, what counts is going far away and exploring some new environment (with my ...

Millennials of New York

Most of you are already familiar with the incredible and highly successful “Humans of New York” series by photographer Brand Stanton. On Fotogenerell we’ve already reported on this topic. The idea has triggered a real photographic storytelling revolution and has been copied in many other big cities. Humans of London, Humans of Vienna, Humans of… ...

Knitted Camouflage – Hide and seek in knitwear

One would think that today, in an age of visual boom where almost everyone has become a photographer thanks to their smartphones, it wouldn’t exist anymore. But it does – every once in a while you can still find it, hidden among the masses, this one original idea nobody has ever had before. As you ...

Thomas Peschak and the ocean

Do you know that feeling? You see a photo and it captures you right away so you just can’t turn away anymore? I don’t feel like that very often, but when I do that feeling is very strong. It happened to me a couple of months ago: In the National Geographic Online Magazine I saw ...

Momo the Border Collie

Hey Momo! 😊 Do you remember Wally, Waldo, Walter or whatever the skinny guy with the red-and-white striped bobble hat was called,  where you are coming from? Wally was originally simply the main character in series of children’s’ books by the British author Martin Handford but by now he reached worldwide fame. The books about ...

Anna Devís & Daniel Rueda – creativity-driven, minimalistic, architectural self-portraits

Creativity-driven minimalistic architectural self-portraits by Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís. Harmonious colors, flowing soft lines and a bunch of creative ideas. That’s how I’d describe their photos.