Here is a selection of photos from Instagram’s best photographers in 2014. You will be amazed how well these instaclicks have become.
33-year-old Peter Lovygin trained as an Architect and Became A well-Known Russian art Photographer, traveler and blogger. Since 2010, his work is represented in the gallery CLAIR in Munich.
Instagram blogger Katia_mi – art Director at an Advertising Agency and A Member of the Russian Union of photographers. On her Blog signed by 427,000 people.
My dear Friends! I wish you a happy New Year! I wish all your dreams come true! We reached 'Cosmos' in order to send them to the Celestial Office! / Друзья! Я поздравляю вас с наступающим Новым Годом! Желаю вам исполнения всех ваших желаний! Мы добрались до самого "Космоса", чтобы отправить их в Небесную Канцелярию! #insideVDNH #вднх #лучшийгородземли #москва2015
Living in Paris George Pinkhassov – the genius and the only Russian photographer legendary agency Magnum.
American photojournalist Steve McCurry is Best Known for His photo Made the Afghan girl with green Eyes. The photograph WAS taken in the Camp near Peshawar Pashtun Refugees. The photo WAS published in National Geographic Magazine in 1985 and was later called the most famous photograph in the History of Publishing. In January 2002, Macquarie teammates found the heroine of the picture.
Blogger f64s125 – Iranian photographer Ako Salem. He takes off black and white life of Iranians.
David Guttenfelder – American Photographer, Chief Asia Photographer from the Associated Press Agency. He Became Famous for His work in North Korea.
A North Korean guide raises her umbrella during a rain storm on the slopes of Mount Paektu at the location of secret camps during the guerrilla campaign against the Japanese and the birthplace of Kim Jong Il, according to the North Korean regime. For more Instagram posts from inside North Korea please check out @everydaydprk featured today in @time.
Jonas Bendiksen Norwegian – another representative of the agency Magnum.
A man sheds a tear during the playing of the Brazilian national anthem. Today is D-day for the Brazilian team. If they loose or draw against Cameroon (and get eliminated from their own World Cup), there will be a national crisis. @magnumphotos #stillfilms #savethedream #InstitutoMoreiraSalles @espn #offsidebrazil #worldcup See the full-length Still Films work-in-progress at jonasbendiksen.com
Dutchman Pieter Ten Hupen Lives in Sweden and is A photo Agency Vu. Among Other things, he took off in the North Caucasus.
Aaron Huey, author instagram blog Argonautphoto, shoots for National Geographic.
California photographer Matt Black removes, by his own definition, “the geography of poverty.”
Fence post. Allensworth, CA. 35°51'53"N 119°23'21"W #geographyofpoverty Allensworth is an unicorporated community in Tulare County, California, United States. The population was 471 at the 2010 census. Residents have a $7,274 per capita income and 54% live below the poverty level. Founded in 1908 by Lt. Col. Allen Allensworth, an ex-slave and Buffalo Soldier, the self-sufficient community he envisioned foundered for lack of water and protracted land disputes with the Santa Fe Railroad. www.geographyofpoverty.com
Crop duster markers. Corcoran, CA. #geographyofpoverty Corcoran is a city in Kings County, California, United States. The population was 24,813 at the 2010 census. Residents have a $8,635 per capita income and 28% of its population lives below the poverty level. In 2013, was ranked fifth on a list of the top ten most polluted cities in the US.