Over the weekend I sat down and tried to come up with ideas how to diversify my content. An idea came to me, and here I am bringin it to you.
From now on, weekly, I will feature other people’s photos and give my review of them 😊 I hope this new series will be to your liking!
Oh, and if you want me to review your photos, feel free to send them to me and I will try to include them in my posts! 🙌🏻
So here we go!
Marta Suszynska did a really great job with this one! I love the contrast between blue sea and that little splash of orange (fisherman with the orange coat). Also, those yellow poles bring more, yet, subtle colour into this photo.
When you think of an epic photo, what comes to your mind? This photo, right? Simply stunning. This is the place you go to when you’re on a quest to get some sacred tree for your ultimate weapon, or something like that 😄. Amazing work by Daniel Rayson.
Don’t tell me that I’m the only one who gets a Harry Potter – vibe from this photo. No? Guess it’s just my geeky side kicking in again 😅 But take a moment to appreciate all the details in this photo. All the individual books that bring more and different colours into the mix, the wood that this whole place is made of, and the architectural side of this whole room. Credit for this great photo goes to Peter Rajkai.
Thick fog + dock = great photo! Can you not feel a bit uneasy, a little eerie perhaps? I know i do. Adding that brownish vintage look to it is a final touch that this photo needed 👌🏻 Great work, done by Sami Toubji.
Do you ever feel like the country or the city you live in is boring? I sure do when I look at these kinds of photos. This place is located in Japan, and I like this photo so much! The colours, the simplicity, the symmetry, all in the perfect balance. One thing you don’t know about me, is that I’m a big fan of Japan. All things from anime, manga, to food and architecture. That may play a part me choosing this photo for this topic 😅 But I think most of you will agree that this is an amazing photo! Credit goes to Nicholas Ku.
That’s all for today. Please go check them out on their Instagram, you won’t regret it! I encourage everyone to share someone else’s work too, no matter how big their following is!
What did you think of this? Did you enjoy? And if you did, do you want to see me making these kinds of posts in the future too? Let me know! 😊
If you want me to review your photo(s), feel free to contact me and I’ll try to include them in my next posts! 🙌🏻
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