[IG Weekly] whighfield

Everybody is on their phone. Thousands of people everyday wear out their thumbs scrolling through photos, deciding which ones to post on Instagram. It’s so easy to do whether you’re a photographer or not; just point, shoot, choose a filter and post whatever you created. From funny duck face selfies, to breathtaking landscapes, to gritty city streets. Some use it as visual journal giving glimpses of their lives, while others have taken it to another level by creating works of art. All of us at Ruby Hornet are fans of the social media platform and decided to do a weekly series highlighting people whose Instagrams stand above the rest. Let us know in the comments section if you’d like to be featured, or let us know about some other cool Instagrams. Be sure to follow Ruby Hornet on Instagram, too.

This week’s featured Instagram comes from @whighfield. I really enjoy this Instagram gallery because you get a bunch of awesome imagery ranging from portraits to shots of the Big Apple. This photographer clearly has a great style, and I definitely enjoy her portraits, but what I think is really awesome are her shots that involve fog. There is something haunting about the images she captures, be it the scenery or someone walking through foggy weather. It’s hard for me to explain all of this, so I’ll let her photos do the talking below. Make sure head on over to her Instagram for more.

[via @whighfield]

Bobby Reys

Bobby Reys is an artist, picture taker, and creative thinker. When he's not working on his personal projects or exploring he's the photography editor at RubyHornet.

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