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This is my vision.
3 years with an Iphone, and 3 months with a canon600d.
In love with photography, but in a eternal quest of something.
I try to shot stories, not moments. 
I really don´t have a style, or maybe my indefinition it´s a kind of style

Proudly winner of #flickr12days contest (2013 winter)

http://javierdiazg.tumblr.com/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/javierdiazg/

http://twitter.es/javierdzgz

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From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10
instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10
instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10
instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10
instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10
instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10
instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

@floretflower
@massaorganics
@_turnerfarm_ 
@papercranefarm
Food Bloggers

@kimberleyhasslebrink
@yossyarefi
@sternmanrule
@leelacyd
Adventurers

@oneweirdbird
@sarahgenelle
@littlecanoe
@halleyroberts
@nancyr10

instagram:

From Rural Oregon to Brooklyn for Community with @waywardspark

To see more photos and videos from Camille’s life in Philomath, follow @waywardspark on Instagram and visit her blog and Etsy shop.

"Since the year I was born, my parents have maintained an oversized garden and have been vendors at the local farmers market. I was raised free foraging in the raspberry canes and the pea patch," explains Camille Storch (@waywardspark), who lives off-the-grid in rural Oregon. “I grew up in the small town of Philomath and, much to my surprise, I’m still here, living happily in a tiny cabin with my husband, Henry Storch (@hpstorch), and two little kids.”

Camille joined Instagram on a whim to share moments from her life harvesting, preparing, cooking, canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, but soon formed a deep bond with a community of “farmers, food bloggers, adventurers and New Yorkers.” The connection took her across the country to meet one of her favorite Instagrammers. “After months of pining over Nicole Franzen (@nicole_franzen)’s photos of New York City, I decided to take an Instagram-fueled solo trip to Brooklyn last spring,” she says. “This was so totally out of character for me that everyone I knew thought I was a little nuts. I ended up having the time of my life, I met up with no fewer than 12 powerhouse women that I first connected with through Instagram, including @foxfodderfarm, @clamlab, @camillebecerra and @lilystockman.”

For more of Camille’s favorite people to follow from her community of farmers, food bloggers and adventurers, check out these Instagrammers:

Farmers

Food Bloggers

Adventurers

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Hello everyone ! My name is Darin.  And I’m an aspiring photographer in Juneau Alaska. I used to work with my iPhone 5s’ camera , but since joining on tumblr and becoming more inspired by photography and being able to show the cool places I hike, travel to, or encounter. I’ve recently acquired a Nikon d3100 which I’m very happy to have now, and challenge myself to showcase better and better shots! I love seeing a response to my photos. Knowing that maybe a picture I took made, if even 4 or 5 people take the time out of their day to go “woah that’s cool” means a lot to me.The photos I post, are aimed at trying to share the beauty of places I get to experience, be it a walk on a fisherman’s dock, a day of biking over a frozen lake to a glacier, or a just a hike :P

My Tumblr Blog is http://djdbravo.tumblr.com/ 
And I also have a Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/120128267@N03/
Thanks ! :) 

- Darin

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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPchairaffair

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.



The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful and creative photos of an everyday object: chairs. Some tips to get you started:

Chairs come in all shapes and sizes. Look for a unique chair or a chair you find particularly beautiful and photograph it in a way that emphasizes its lines and shape.
Think about the significance of an empty chair and the story you want your photo to tell. A single chair on its own can be inviting or lonely. You can also arrange a group of chairs to imply a different kind of story.
Setting can be very important for this project. A simple or solid-color background will emphasize the shape of the chair. The chair’s natural setting (a home, restaurant or office for example) can help tell its story, but don’t be afraid to take a chair to an unlikely setting to create a surprising scene.
PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPchairaffair hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!
instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPchairaffair

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.



The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful and creative photos of an everyday object: chairs. Some tips to get you started:

Chairs come in all shapes and sizes. Look for a unique chair or a chair you find particularly beautiful and photograph it in a way that emphasizes its lines and shape.
Think about the significance of an empty chair and the story you want your photo to tell. A single chair on its own can be inviting or lonely. You can also arrange a group of chairs to imply a different kind of story.
Setting can be very important for this project. A simple or solid-color background will emphasize the shape of the chair. The chair’s natural setting (a home, restaurant or office for example) can help tell its story, but don’t be afraid to take a chair to an unlikely setting to create a surprising scene.
PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPchairaffair hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!
instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPchairaffair

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.



The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful and creative photos of an everyday object: chairs. Some tips to get you started:

Chairs come in all shapes and sizes. Look for a unique chair or a chair you find particularly beautiful and photograph it in a way that emphasizes its lines and shape.
Think about the significance of an empty chair and the story you want your photo to tell. A single chair on its own can be inviting or lonely. You can also arrange a group of chairs to imply a different kind of story.
Setting can be very important for this project. A simple or solid-color background will emphasize the shape of the chair. The chair’s natural setting (a home, restaurant or office for example) can help tell its story, but don’t be afraid to take a chair to an unlikely setting to create a surprising scene.
PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPchairaffair hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!
instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPchairaffair

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.



The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful and creative photos of an everyday object: chairs. Some tips to get you started:

Chairs come in all shapes and sizes. Look for a unique chair or a chair you find particularly beautiful and photograph it in a way that emphasizes its lines and shape.
Think about the significance of an empty chair and the story you want your photo to tell. A single chair on its own can be inviting or lonely. You can also arrange a group of chairs to imply a different kind of story.
Setting can be very important for this project. A simple or solid-color background will emphasize the shape of the chair. The chair’s natural setting (a home, restaurant or office for example) can help tell its story, but don’t be afraid to take a chair to an unlikely setting to create a surprising scene.
PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPchairaffair hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!
instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPchairaffair

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.



The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful and creative photos of an everyday object: chairs. Some tips to get you started:

Chairs come in all shapes and sizes. Look for a unique chair or a chair you find particularly beautiful and photograph it in a way that emphasizes its lines and shape.
Think about the significance of an empty chair and the story you want your photo to tell. A single chair on its own can be inviting or lonely. You can also arrange a group of chairs to imply a different kind of story.
Setting can be very important for this project. A simple or solid-color background will emphasize the shape of the chair. The chair’s natural setting (a home, restaurant or office for example) can help tell its story, but don’t be afraid to take a chair to an unlikely setting to create a surprising scene.
PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPchairaffair hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!

instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPchairaffair

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes & hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.

The goal this weekend is to capture beautiful and creative photos of an everyday object: chairs. Some tips to get you started:

  • Chairs come in all shapes and sizes. Look for a unique chair or a chair you find particularly beautiful and photograph it in a way that emphasizes its lines and shape.
  • Think about the significance of an empty chair and the story you want your photo to tell. A single chair on its own can be inviting or lonely. You can also arrange a group of chairs to imply a different kind of story.
  • Setting can be very important for this project. A simple or solid-color background will emphasize the shape of the chair. The chair’s natural setting (a home, restaurant or office for example) can help tell its story, but don’t be afraid to take a chair to an unlikely setting to create a surprising scene.

PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPchairaffair hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning!

photographersdirectory:

My name is Melissa. I am 20 years old and raised in a suburb of Detroit. At a young age, I was diagnosed with a strong case of WANDERLUST. I have a hard time staying home for a long period of time and never travel without my camera. My experiences are a constant battle of enjoying the moment and capturing it. I mainly shoot on my Canon Rebel t3i, but I do pull out my film camera from time to time for fun. I never charge to do photo shoots for people because I don’t want photography to ever be a “job” for me. Its my passion and I intend to keep it that way. The world is a beautiful, beautiful place and my mission is to help people believe it.

http://www.tumblr.com/blog/mreilleyphotography
http://mreilleyphotography.blogspot.com/
Zoom Info
Camera
Canon EOS REBEL T3i
ISO
200
Aperture
f/3.5
Exposure
1/320th
Focal Length
31mm

photographersdirectory:

My name is Melissa. I am 20 years old and raised in a suburb of Detroit. At a young age, I was diagnosed with a strong case of WANDERLUST. I have a hard time staying home for a long period of time and never travel without my camera. My experiences are a constant battle of enjoying the moment and capturing it. I mainly shoot on my Canon Rebel t3i, but I do pull out my film camera from time to time for fun. I never charge to do photo shoots for people because I don’t want photography to ever be a “job” for me. Its my passion and I intend to keep it that way. The world is a beautiful, beautiful place and my mission is to help people believe it.

http://www.tumblr.com/blog/mreilleyphotography

http://mreilleyphotography.blogspot.com/

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