Amazing Instagram Photojournalist

There are a lot of people taking fantastic photo's on Instagram. We have rounded up seven photographers who are not only taking some of the best photos on Instagram, but they are also educating us while doing it. Check out our blog for more info about the photographers. http://www.freeshippingcode.com/blog/7-amazing-instagram-photojournalist-you-need-to-follow
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Highway walker # 9 : He talked very quietly, like he was afraid to be loud. His name was Ravi, and he said yes to my offer of water. He didn't want anything else. I put the bottle on the road, next to him and he looked up. He had scars on his belly. It seems that most of these highway walkers are ghosts to the passers-by. Maybe that's what drives me to photograph people like Ravi.  You can see the whole series so far if you click here: #indianhighwaywalker  #childabuse #childabuseawareness…

Highway walker # 9 : He talked very quietly, like he was afraid to be loud. His name was Ravi, and he said yes to my offer of water. He didn't want anything else. I put the bottle on the road, next to him and he looked up. He had scars on his belly. It seems that most of these highway walkers are ghosts to the passers-by. Maybe that's what drives me to photograph people like Ravi. You can see the whole series so far if you click here: #indianhighwaywalker #childabuse #childabuseawareness…

Need some travel inspiration? Follow these 7 photojournalist as they travel the world. Not only will the show you some amazing places. They will also give you some great insight into this beautiful world we live in.

Need some travel inspiration? Follow these 7 photojournalist as they travel the world. Not only will the show you some amazing places. They will also give you some great insight into this beautiful world we live in.

A brown bear is roaming in the Finnish taiga, near the Russian border. I photographed this large male from a blind. In Finland, particularly in the central eastern part of the Country, the "bear-waching” is becoming a rich business and a popular activity. @thephotosociety #bear #wild #nature #Finland

A brown bear is roaming in the Finnish taiga, near the Russian border. I photographed this large male from a blind. In Finland, particularly in the central eastern part of the Country, the "bear-waching” is becoming a rich business and a popular activity.

A small group of king penguins is returning to sea at the end of the breeding season. I took this photograph during my five months assignment for @natgeo (my first assignment for the Magazine) in 2007 in the archipelago of Crozet, Possession island. @thephotosociety #penguin #bird #sea #group

A small group of king penguins is returning to sea at the end of the breeding season. I took this photograph during my five months assignment for (my first assignment for the Magazine) in 2007 in the archipelago of Crozet, Possession island.

"Prominent Pakistani philanthropist and humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi was laid to rest on the outskirts of Karachi on Saturday at a state funeral attended by thousands of people. Edhi, 88, died late on Friday at a medical centre after a long battle with kidney disease. His death triggered a massive outpouring of grief across the nation of 190 million for a man who trancended social, ethnic and religious divisions. Tens of thousands attended Saturday's ceremony, the first state funeral…

"Prominent Pakistani philanthropist and humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi was laid to rest on the outskirts of Karachi on Saturday at a state funeral attended by thousands of people. Edhi, 88, died late on Friday at a medical centre after a long battle with kidney disease. His death triggered a massive outpouring of grief across the nation of 190 million for a man who trancended social, ethnic and religious divisions. Tens of thousands attended Saturday's ceremony, the first state funeral…

Photo by @edkashi/ @viiphoto: Laborers prepare the Marakannam salt pan fields for salt harvest near Pondicherry, India on Jan. 21, 2016.  This image is part of an ongoing project documenting the impact of the fatal epidemic of CKDnT among agricultural workers. #India #CKDnT #ChronicKidneyDisease #Epidemic #HumanRights #Pondicherry #Salt

Photo by Laborers prepare the Marakannam salt pan fields for salt harvest near Pondicherry, India on Jan. This image is part of an ongoing project documenting the impact of the fatal epidemic of CKDnT among agricultural workers.

Photo by @BrianSkerry A tiny combtooth blenny peeks out from his hiding place on Kingman Reef. This location, about 1200 miles south of Hawaii in the central pacific ocean, is a stunning coral reef ecosystem that has remained somewhat unspoiled due to its remoteness. Predators rule in habitats like this and many species, like little bennies, spend much of their time hiding. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo.  @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #coralreefs #nature #hiding #macro…

Photo by A tiny combtooth blenny peeks out from his hiding place on Kingman Reef. This location, about 1200 miles south of Hawaii in the central pacific ocean, is a stunning coral reef.

Photo by @BrianSkerry.  A Great White Shark swims near the surface with an entourage of jacks at dusk in the waters off of South Australia. Often portrayed as one-dimensional monsters, these animals in reality are far more complex than once believed. Researchers are slowly beginning to reveal portions of their lives, including annual migrations of thousands of miles, life spans of over 70 years and adaptive feeding strategies. In the time ahead, more may be learned about the social…

The controversial practice of baiting in shark diving has been called into question in response to several recent incidents, as unsuspecting sharks attracted to

Photo by @amivitale on assignment for @natgeo. Stilt fishermen attempt to catch fish in Weligama, in the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Fishing on stilts began during World War II because of food shortages and overcrowded fishing as men tried new ways to adapt to a changing environment. Nowadays many of the stilt fishermen are merely posing for tourists as the tradition fades and incentives from tourism are much greater. Share your images of the world’s oceans with #NatGeoOceansDay to be part…

Photo by @amivitale on assignment for @natgeo. Stilt fishermen attempt to catch fish in Weligama, in the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Fishing on stilts began during World War II because of food shortages and overcrowded fishing as men tried new ways to adapt to a changing environment. Nowadays many of the stilt fishermen are merely posing for tourists as the tradition fades and incentives from tourism are much greater. Share your images of the world’s oceans with #NatGeoOceansDay to be part…


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