Instagram selection #176

15 January 2019   •  
Written by Fisheye Magazine
Instagram selection #176

Looking for some inspiration? Discover the seven Instagram accounts that have caught our eye this week. To discover the Instagram selection #176, follow the guide!


Neville Caulfield presents on Instagram a dreamy and childish universe. The photographer, who claims to come from Peter Pan’s “Neverland”, plays with lights and colours to reveal the magic hidden in our daily lives.

© Neville Caulfield / Instagram© Neville Caulfield / Instagram

© Neville Caulfield / Instagram


As the name of his Instagram account indicates, Cayetano González is fascinated by light. Also a portrait photographer, this director of photography uses natural light to enhance his models. A gallery combining mystery and purity.

© Cayetano González / Instagram


Bex Day is a young British photographer and video maker. Her images are natural, intimate, taken spontaneously in the streets or in the middle of nature. In this account, magic hides in the details.

© Bex Day / Instagram© Bex Day / Instagram

© Bex Day / Instagram


Manon Sikkink, a graphic designer based in Paris, presents a delicate universe with a vintage spirit. Her film photographs bring together fragments of travels, nature and everyday life. An account tainted with nostalgia and sweetness.

© Manon Sikkink / Instagram© Manon Sikkink / Instagram

© Manon Sikkink / Instagram


“It’s not at home that you have to be,”

 George writes on his Instagram account entitled @exil_et_royaume. During his travels around the world, he shoots what catches his eye. Here is an adventurer and curious photographer.

© George / Instagram© George / Instagram

© George / Instagram


Based in London, Lee is a photographer fascinated by the urban world. And he captures the atmosphere of his city through the window panes . An account made of reflections and nice colors.

© Lee / Instagram© Lee / Instagram

© Lee / Instagram


This Instagram gallery unfolds fantastic and mysterious horizons. Although we recognize landscapes here and there – such as the silhouette of Mount Fuji – the images evoke fictional scenes captured “somewhere – anywhere”.

© royvanrosmalen / Instagram© royvanrosmalen / Instagram

© royvanrosmalen / Instagram

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