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Witness the best from around the world by following these five Instagram accounts. Observe photography elevated to another level with a blend of distortion, minimal editing, and paper-cuts to create masterpieces that are sure to charm you.
Julie Lee (@julieskitchen) is a genius when it comes to food photography. Her feed is bright and colourful and her photos almost look like real paintings. Based in California, Julie’s photos are a visual harmony with pleasing colour schemes. Grapes, pomegranates, lettuce, oranges, tomatoes, parsley stems and every kind of produce under the sun becomes a work of art under Julie’s care.
Suzanne Saroff (@hisuzanne) is a New York-based photographer who takes shots of distortions. She uses foods and flowers as seen through glass objects or vessels filled with water, to create a fractured image so beautiful, you’d want to stare at it for hours. “My photographs give everyday items alternate visual avenues of expression,” is how Saroff puts it.
Javier Pérez Estrella (@cintascotch) is a revelation. Using simple objects and ink, the graphic designer from Guayaquil, Ecuador, creates minimal art to give people a “break from the saturation of photos”. Be it scissors (to show a woman exercising), a champagne glass (to give a sense of the New Year celebrations), dried pasta (to create rain and a loving couple under an umbrella) or just coffee beans and a Cup of Joe (to create a camera), this handle is sleek and we love it!
Have you heard of light painting or bullet time? Well, Montreal’s Eric Paré (@ericparephoto) has been creating masterpieces for the past seven years using this method. With minimal editing, he’s developed a 360° camera system in his studio to create brilliant shots. He says that his light-paintings and reflections are always 100 per cent real and created by hand.
Rich McCor (@paperboyo) is best known as a London-based photographer who goes around the world using paper cut-outs to give existing buildings and monuments a creative update. He uses a black design in the foreground of the images to change it completely, making it cool and exciting. He’s even published a book on his journey called Around the World in Cut-Outs. Be it a cut-out of Mary Poppins, a weightlifter, an elk, Aquaman, a butterfly or even a dragon, each photograph is as exciting as the next.
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