From nature to urban spaces, from peacefulness to mystery, the photographers from this Instagram selection #226 play with our points of reference and emotions to help up forget about our everyday life.


Welcome to the world of Anindito Mukherkee, a documentary photographer based in New Delhi, India. His specificity? Shooting with an iPhone, and turning the world into a beautiful place.

© Anindito Mukherjee / Instagram


“Street photography for me is like an addiction. (…) Observing people, their interactions, shapes, movement, colours, light and shadows (…) What I love most is to lose myself in my invisibility and meld into the scene” writes Julia Coddington on her website. A brilliant street photographer.

© Julia Coddington / Instagram


Photographer and director based between Nice and Marseille, Arnaud Moro is building a unique photographic universe, illuminated by the harsh light of street lamps and other neon lights. Through his well-made composition, one notices a taste for mystery, loneliness and even dreams.

© Arnaud Moro / Instagram


Portraits, show pictures or cinematic scenes, Gwendal Peron is paying extra attention to light, as we can see in his inspiring and timeless images.

© Gwendal Peron / Instagram


Foggy landscapes and portraits illuminated by neon lights fill Sebastian Sellner’s Instagram gallery. From Berlin, the photographer is building a mysterious identity, and publishing splendid creations, between light and darkness.

© Sebastian Sellner / Instagram


Nature fascinates Marina Weishaupt. This German photographer travels all around the world – from New Zealand, to South Korea to Scotland – looking for sublime landscapes. An exotic and delicate journey.

© Marina Weishaupt


Self-taught photographer Felix Russell-Saw let his intuition run free to produce elegant images. Attracted by abstraction and narration, the artist captures hypnotic moments – blending landscapes and portraits – and invite his followers to enter a curious universe.

© Felix Russell-Saw / Instagram

Cover picture: © Arnaud Moro / Instagram