No Two Squares are the Same

We are back with the second edition of Hip2BSquare, everyone's favorite game of follow the square (or rectangle, as the case may be). There are so many different angles you can work Instagram, so don't think for one single second that you have to be like anyone else. Here are a few examples of Showiteers that play the IG game the way they prefer. As always, in no particular order…

Bella Wang Photography

IG: bellawangphotography

What you will see: Everything! This Northeasterner does not focus on a particular specialization, but instead has honed her own style of embracing everything. There is a cheerfulness to all her images that brings you right into the heart of the moment. Her diverse feed is one for everyone to enjoy. From newborns to nuptials, this feed will keep you smiling.

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Erin Witkowski Photo

IG: erinwitkowskiphoto

What you will see: Erin's profile says it all: “Seeker of Sunshine, Visual Poet, Collector of Hope…” She is all those things and a passionate protector of the roles and relationships in families. Whether it's a mom and a daughter sharing a quite moment, or a family splashing by the stream, Erin has captured these tender moments of joy in the most perfect light to ensure these memories live forever. You will find it hard to not find yourself wrapped in a warm memory when scrolling through her feed.

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Rachel Solomon Photography

IG: rachelsolomonphoto

What you will see: Rachel is based in Scottsdale, AZ. And while she works world-wide, our bias is on her desert images. Rather than a prickly, pale place that some folks see, Rachel makes the desert look fresh and inviting. No matter where the image was taken, she ensures it possesses the light and airy feel she has been able to maintain since first setting foot on IG.

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Daniel Eastwood Photography

IG: daniel.eastwood

What you will see: Life. Daniel seems to never be without his camera. He is a photographer that does a great job at arranging his professional and personal life in an interesting and visually stimulating way. No matter which hat he is wearing, he never takes off his photographer hat. His is a beautiful reflection of his dedication to his craft and finding the story in everyday life.

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Hillcrest is a contemporary website for bold and fun photographers. Geometry, asymmetry, a complementary color scheme, and plenty of negative space will catch the eye of visitors who are fun and creative like you. This design is anything but boring! Hillcrest contains multiple pages, is easily customizable, and includes a matching blog and corresponding mobile […]

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