Instagram: eight photographers you must know in social networks

Instagram has becoming one of the most popular social networks in recent times, being one of main for thousands of users that daily share their pictures. This is why photographers, both amateur and professional have not lagged behind participating actively through this platform to show their works.

Landscapes, portraits, architecture, and design are some of the areas that these artists capture through their lens. Arte Al Límite chose eight photographs from Instagram for you —if you like photography— to follow.

Paola Franqui (@monaris_)

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head in the clouds. #whphidden

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Monaris is the pseudonym of this Puerto Rican artist who lives in New York. The focus of his work is the inhabitants of the Big Apple. Specializing in urban photography, Franqui experiments with the speeds and depths that gives him the rhythm of life of these people in the city.

 

Dirk Bakker (@macenzo)

Dedicated to capturing mainly architecture, this photographer and Dutch graphic designer emphasizes the geometry and reiteration of lines and curves of different works, giving a feeling of perfection in each of his photographs.

 

María Belén (@mariabelenm)

Maria Belén experiences with her analogue camera different ways of capturing female portraits, playing with lights, shadows, figures and textures. In addition, this Chilean photographer shares her knowledge through workshops with other photographers who want to learn more about techniques and implements.

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Sebastian Waiss (@le_blanc)

Weiss is a German photographer who has been awarded multiple awards due to his images. It is defined as a passion for the aesthetics of structures and cities, highlighting its design by means of exact compositions.

 

Martina Matencio (@lalovenoso)

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Y luego, te empuja volando hacia abajo.

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From Barcelona Martina Matencio is known for being the official photographer of different influencers of Spain. Their portraits and ways of capturing the human body, especially the feminine, make it excel within the industry.

 

Juan Cristóbal Lara (@eljuancri)

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17:50pm y los atardeceres de invierno son impredecibles y muy diferentes. Mientras corría para llegar a fotografiar la cordillera (sabía que algo mágico ocurriría) a mi costado derecho Santiago comenzaba a tomar tonos muy llamativos gracias a las nubes altas mezclado con la bruma-neblina a baja altura, de hecho pueden ver que no cubría el Cerro San Cristobal ni la Torre Costanera. En el último recorte se ven alguna de las "casitas" de Lo Curro, viéndola de cerca hasta encontré un helipuerto 🚁 👉 🔥 •• Recuerda: si te interesa la impresión de una de las fotos que ves acá, mándame un mail o DM // DM for prints, contact in bio ••——————————————————————————————————— Panorámica vertical de 3 imágenes con la Nikon D7500 y el Nikkor 70-300mm 〉70mm 〉ƒ/8 〉1/4" 〉ISO 100 #TorreCostanera #ParqueMetropolitano . . . . . . #santiagoadicto #neverstopexploring #StreetMobs #urbanromantix #hallazgosemanal #citykillerz #CreativeOptic #ig_color #theimaged #createcommune #fantastic_shotzs #meistershots #chile_bloggers #lensbible #illgramers #visualambassadors #depthobsessed #trappingtones #illgramers #depthsofearth #folkscenery #milliondollarvisuals #instachile_ #igerschile #visitchile #highlightscl #passionpassport #master_gallery

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The work of Juan Cristóbal makes us see Chile, and mainly our capital, as a real work of art, rescuing corners and views that we normally do not perceive. Most of his photographs highlight the geography of the country, its mountain range and its sunsets.

 

Michael Christopher Brown (@michaelchristopherbrown)

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pygmy camp, virunga

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Known for his visual work of the Civil war in Libya of 2011, Michael Christopher Brown seeks to rescue the essence of people through their plans, mainly using as a tool the camera of his cell.

 

Sébastien G. Mora (@xsebastien)

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Viajando al pasado 🚊

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Sébastien explores different parts of the world with his lens, mainly from Latin America, enhancing his natural beauty, his lights and his shadows. This artist from Santiago works with different tools to be able to give the perfect image.

 

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