Photography Bex Day

20 photographers to follow to take your mind off impending doom in 2020

Spice up your feed and enjoy a moment's peace from the disaster unfolding.

by Ryan White
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19 March 2020, 7:00am

Photography Bex Day

If there’s one thing, and one thing only, that productivity vortex Instagram is good for, it’s finding incredible imagery. So, in 2020, it’s time to unfollow @fuckjerry -- all the good memes are on Twitter anyway -- and instead enjoy its original purpose; unearthing brilliant photographers that offer your feed something truly original. Also, during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s nice to be momentarily distracted from the impending doom every time you scroll through your phone.

Jeremy Snell
Originally from Hawaii, Jeremy travels around capturing cinematic shots of beauty unfolding in all corners of the world.

Renell Medrano
Born and raised New Yorker Renell Medrano offers a grandeur to all of her subjects even against the most humble of backdrops.

Min Hyun-woo
Whilst trapped indoors, the Korean photographer’s work provide a welcome escape into beaches, lakes and countryside.

Micha Serraf
Zimbabwean photographer Micha paints gorgeous pictures of South Africa where he’s now based.

Dudi Hasson
Whether it’s lake-side in Ukraine or on the rooftops of Nazareth, Israeli photographer Dudi always shoots the most enchanting of faces across awe-inspiring landscapes.

Yoong Jang
Yoong’s work capturing Seoul’s techno scene is alive with the fervent energy of a 10ft high stack of speakers blasting 150bpm.

Bex Day
London-based Bex captures the subjects in her images with remarkable tenacity and sensitivity.

Daragh Soden
Full of character and life, Irish photographer Daragh is a master of catching joyful moments.

Eddie Wrey
Defined by its depth and warmth, Eddie’s work paints an idyllic view on the world.

Omofolarin Omolayole
20-year-old Omofolarin moved to NYC from Lagos to study photography and has been shooting the spaces where the two cities diverge and collide ever since.

양지훈, 인물 (Mild Moon)
For anyone drawn to dusky sunsets and neon-lit subways.

Sam Rock
Pushing forward what fashion photography looks like, Sam’s work feels like the culmination of a spectrum of references from the last few decades, to entirely new and groundbreaking effect.

Jaimy Gail
Dutch photographer Jaimy’s warm portraits are a welcome addition to everyone’s feed.

Edward Woolley
Drift through windswept parks, quiet canals and empty ponds with Edward’s dusky images.

Nadine Ijewere
Loud colours and a brimful of joy to the point of delirium, London-based photographer Nadine’s feed is a true delight.

Ricardo Nagaoka
Third-generation Japanese, born and raised in Paraguay, until moving to Canada at 12, Ricardo has a unique perspective that shines through each and every one of his portraits.

Evan Browning
Across America, Evan shoots the many different facets of the sprawling country.

Maxime Cardol
Soft and peaceful portraits courtesy of Dutch photographer Maxime.

Htet
Instantly calming and utterly spellbinding Htet's work is the perfect antidote to an onslaught of stressful news.

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