Lucy Laucht


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Getting that #contents. Sicily, last week

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With a never-ending desire to discover beautiful, off-beat places Lucy Laucht’s Instagram is a diary of her favourite destinations — dreamy turquoise blue waters in the Mediterranean make up the bulk of her portfolio, but there’s also shots from Rajasthan in India and Tuscon in Arizona. 

Carley Rudd


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a time to reflect // Sri Lanka archives

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Self-taught photographer working between LA and New York City, Carley Rudd’s work captures everything from the breathtaking views along Australia’s Great Ocean Road and the 12 Apostles at sunrise to the sunbathers and local fishing boats dotting the Amalfi coast. 

Eva Tsang


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Wandered around a cute little village, ate tapas and then watched the sun set over the sea #mallorca #spain

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From beaches in the Yucatan of Mexico to urban scenes in Tokyo and snow-coated Sweden and the Swiss Alps, New York-based globetrotter Eva Tsang’s minimalist aesthetic champions earth tones and stylish interiors.

Pia Riverola


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utah road trip ?

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Shot on a film camera, Barcelona-born Pia Riverola, who is currently based in Mexico City, documents her travels with a focus on fashion, landscape, architecture and still life. There’s a wistful sense of nostalgia in the grainy images of far-flung destinations such as the salt flats of Peru or seemingly never-ending roads through Utah. 

Stephanie Draime


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From a Mexican-American family, Stephanie Draime grew up in Hawaii before making her way to Florence and later New York. She documents her travels through beautiful images that focus heavily on details — beautiful interiors and curated scenes. 

Harimao Lee


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With a keen eye for out-of-the-ordinary architecture in far-flung places, Harimao has uncovered little-known gems such as the Bailong glass elevator in China’s Zhangjiajie national park and the traditional Miao villages of Guizhou that have essentially been frozen in time.

Candy Lai


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British-born Candy is an expert at uncovering slice-of-life moments on her travels abroad, as well as taking the whimsical self-portraits on the go. She’s unafraid to play with illusory imagery as well, as evidenced by her larger-than-life presence on Cape Town’s Table Mountain.

Victor Cheng


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Toronto native Victor has built a following for his highly geometrical travel shots as well as flatlays of the photographer’s gear he brings with him abroad. Partner Samantha often takes a starring role in his shots, and is a formidable photographer in her own right.

Elaine Li


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An art director by day, Elaine’s meticulously composed images take on a filmic and poetic quality, whether it’s capturing the canyons of Xinjiang or the mosques of Iran. Her portraits are equally cinematic, more often resembling stills from an indie flick.

Jeremy Cheung


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It’s difficult to pin down Jeremy’s style, so diverse is his aesthetic, ranging from whimsical and pastel-hued, to atmospheric off-the-cuff street photography. One thing’s for sure, his imagery is wonderfully transportive time and again.

Nick Chu


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Based in Shanghai, you can be certain to spot Nick at the coolest events around the region – lately he has been tasked with photographing the KAWS:HOLIDAY installation as it travels from Taipei to Hong Kong to Japan and beyond. Outside of work, his travels take him to off-the-beaten-path destinations around China, where he produces images that are at once surreal and breathtaking.

Rod Ruales


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An island hopper by nature, Rod’s Instagram feed is filled with the dreamiest tropical destinations around Southeast Asia, rendered in beautiful pastel colours.

Melissa Hie


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If you choose your holidays for the food as much as the sights, look no further than this account, which combines street foods and local snacks with an instantly recognisable landmark.