“It’s hard to know where to start with Scotland. I love how the weather is rarely the same two days running, how you can go from relative emptiness to beautiful, deserted beaches. It’s bleak in winter, lush in summer and an endless source of photographic inspiration. I consider myself lucky to live here.” #scotland#ShotoniPhone by Lucy H. @loosemooose
“My photographic curiosities have helped me be more open-minded. It’s humbling to realize what a tiny place we occupy in this world. Maybe that’s why my images have such interesting perspectives on environment and scale.” #landscape#ShotoniPhone by Daniel H. @holydanoly
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Commissioned by Apple. "Living in Sweden, where it's dark and grey for half the year, makes bright colours more needed." #colour#ShotoniPhone by @teklan. Check Stories for more.
“I’ve always been kind of quiet and reserved, so that’s translated into my images. I try to capture people when they feel most comfortable, so I’ve had to work on being more comfortable myself.” #solitude#ShotoniPhone by Fabian M.L. @fabianml
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Commissioned by Apple. "For me, to hide myself is a way to show myself. You can show who you are with other parts of your personality - not just your face, your friends, your muscles." #selfie#ShotoniPhone by @isabelitavirtual Check Stories for more.
“There are massive natural contrasts that exist amongst the Canary Islands. The islands to the west are characterized by mountainous landscape with magical volcanic valleys and thick forests. To the east, you can find moon-like environments, surrounded by white sand and beautiful beaches. It’s entirely unique.” #canaryislands#ShotoniPhone by Daniel C. @ddanicaceres
“When traveling and taking photographs in a foreign land, try your best to blend in. Learn the local language, frequent non-touristy areas, or spend more time in one place to build relationships and trust. As an outsider, it’s a constant challenge, but it will make your photos more authentic and natural.” #travel#ShotoniPhone by Dan G. @dan_greenberg
“Photography, like disability, is democratic. At first, you might not be able to tell who made a picture or any characteristics about them. If they have a real connection to a story, the passion, dignity and care will come through. My motivation comes from being part of the disabled community and wanting to change public perception about us. My injury has taught me that the body is so powerful and also so fragile, and how important the mind is. I’m going to keep shooting, writing and filming stories that I’m passionate about. I want to do justice to my community. They are the fire under me.” #disabilityawareness#ShotoniPhone by Nolan T. @nolantrowe