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Hashtagged: An Instagram community podcast

Need some creative inspiration? The Hashtagged Podcast was created for the Instagram community. Every Monday, we meet a different member of the Instagram community. Each of these inspirational Instagram users share their journey, their thought process, the things that inspire them, and so much more! The Hashtagged Podcast is NOT affiliated with or endorsed by Instagram in any way. Visit us online at www.hashtaggedpodcast.com.
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Now displaying: February, 2017
Feb 27, 2017

Michael Thomas ( @LondonViewpoints ) is a London based cityscape and architecture photographer. He specialises in showcasing London’s best views from a variety of vantage points, like skyscrapers, tourist attractions, hills surrounding the city as well as city aerials from helicopter flights. In just 24 months since joining instagram, Michael has grew his loyal following to 118k, without ever being featured by instagram, which allowed him to keep a high engagement level in the current challenging algorithm times.

Feb 20, 2017

Attila Adam is a Los Angeles based film/video editor turned photographer. Fueled by his vision, Attila had recently left his regular job for a more challenging freelance lifestyle. As a family man with two girls, he's busy navigating both family and a new career path.

Feb 13, 2017

Jordan Winn is a 29 year old art director, designer and photographer based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He recently published his first book with his brother, who is also a photographer. Jordan recently walked away from over 100,000 Instagram followers to pursue something new.

Feb 6, 2017

Eric Scire is a freelance photographer from San diego. He has always had a passion for art and photography, and about 5 years ago he decided to chase that passion for a living. For Eric, photography is about having fun and finding yourself. The more you get out there you will find your style and what you like. Its about creating bodies of work that express you and how you feel.

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