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SEOUL: 10 random photos of random places — Namedaemun market, Lotte World, Han River Parks, Dongdaemun market, War Museum.
this day is the part of my summer where i set aside all the productiveness that i do (reading, writing, working out-lol) to dedicate my day to tumblr (ha, yey?!). i just thought about sharing my favorite photographers/bloggers outside of this site. these are the people that inspire me to grow up with my photos and consider them as a treasure. Amanda Mabel is my top favorite. I discovered her way back in 2010 when she was just starting her project 365 in flickr. It’s pretty cool how i witnessed her journey into landing to where she is now. The most amazing thing about this photographer is how natural light loves her. She loves it back. And i guess they’re pretty much married. Julia Trotti is another fashion photographer that i discovered while i was just a starter in Photoshop. I was searching for tutorials and i landed in her page of free-curves giveaway. Thanks to her, i learned to make my own curves and actions.
These four guys, i discovered on instagram: Joshua Mikhaiel, Colby Brown, Cole Rise and Jonas Peterson. Joshua Mikhaiel is a very awesome wedding photographer. i really love his candid shots and the way that the hidden novels in his photographs can contain every word in the English dictionary. Colby Brown is a landscape photographer. And YOU BASICALLY TRAVEL THE WHOLE WORLD JUST BY GOING THROUGH HIS INSTAGRAM FEED. Cole Rise is the type of photographer i want to be..he photographs people and places — all in their natural habits. Jonas Peterson…well…i just discovered him last week and it took me 2 seconds to fall in love with his work. Also a wedding photographer in some sort. He photographs everything actually, down to the most random trees and doors and figurines. His writing will also blow you away.
my hands were super numb when i was taking this photo. it was cold and we were having dinner on top of a mountain-ish park (wherein we had to go through a 425-steps staircase which was extra tiring, also considering that we walked a long way from my father’s apartment). it was all worth the walk specially that you get to see an amazing view like this. wishing every day that i could go back.
i am in love with this photo especially with the way that the buildings seem to grab your attention away from the subject // plus that little sunlight creeping over from the bottom left
Photos from last saturday // we biked around the Han river park just in time for the sunset. The air was so cold and the wind was so strong against our direction…kind of like a force preventing me from moving forward. The sunset was really amazing specially from our perspective, parallel to the skyline of Seoul. (Shots from my camera will be posted into an organized manner once i get home) (which is in five days..)
I’m currently in South Korea and will be staying here until May so my succeeding photos might only be taken and edited from my phone. Although i’ll be posting daily photos on instagram so idk, follow me there if you want (ninnaruth). Meanwhile here’s a post-sunset photo taken by the world cup stadium.