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Through his VSCO Grid, farmer and photographer Benjamin Hole hopes to share with viewers "a genuine portrayal of farming life on our foggy little Isle. In an age where the importance of knowing exactly where our food comes from and how what we eat has a direct effect on our health, I hope that even in the subtlest of ways, my photos will help people reconnect with the land.” See more of Benjamin's images: http://vsco.it/1pd9c2Y
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In the south of England on the Isle of Purbeck, Benjamin Hole makes a living as a farmer, working the land and caring for an array of animals on his family’s farm. Although he would not describe himself as a photographer, his astounding images of foggy landscapes and endearing farm animals display his exceptional talent for documentary photography. See his images and read about his life as a farmer: http://vsco.it/1pd9c2Y
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In Russia farmers = people who can handle only the simplest technic, maximum cars. Cameras and internet there is something rare, to tell politely)
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With a strength for executing conceptual imagery, Devin Castro’s photos are emotive and fanciful. Whether light-hearted and quirky or moody and serene, his photos for the Jawbone x VSCO #LiveAudio Grid are musical in nature while conveying a deeper meaning.

With the intent to capture the experience of live music, the Jawbone x VSCO Grid is a collection of diverse images that speak to the soul and emotion of live music. Join in and upload images to VSCO Grid tagged #LiveAudio. How Do You Experience Music?

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Photographer Phil Chester is fascinated by and drawn to the intricacies of humankind. “I just love people. I love people's quirks. I find it so interesting how everyone has such a unique set of mannerisms. To be able to incorporate an individual’s peculiarity into an image really helps make that photo stand out.” See more of Phil's portraits on the Journal.

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Portland-based Phil Chester is a wedding and portrait photographer who has a talent for capturing genuine images. Working in collaboration with stylists Jill Mason and Kate Rutter, Phil captured a series of portraits inspired by the quirky summer style of the 1990's, along with the nostalgic, off-beat vibe of Southeast Portland. See Phil's images and read more about his thoughts on photography and portraiture on the journal .

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Victor Stonem, who began photographing at the age of 14, presents us with a collection of photos that are simple, elegant and deliberate. Largely still lifes, Victor's photographs are carefully staged; it's clear that Victor has put time and thought into preparing the objects he's capturing before taking the photo. His compositions reveal consideration of lines, color, and shadows. Beyond these basic elements, Victor has a knack for pulling personality into his images. There is often a unique detail within each photo, something we don't expect. For example, in a simple photograph of a cup of coffee, there are a few small piles of coffee grounds, creating texture in an otherwise clean composition. Instead of simply photographing a delicious slice of cake, Victor shows us a hand with a fork, swooping in to take a bite. These small, simple details bring interest and personality to Victor's images. See more of Victor's work on his VSCO Grid: http://victorstonem.vsco.co
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The photos shared to VSCO Grid are diverse, not only because they span locations from around the world, but because the sensibility and feelings expressed range across a broad spectrum. This Week’s Selects are prime examples of photography’s ability to propel a viewer into different realms of emotion. Congrats to all the photographers who were chosen.

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Every week, after searching through thousands of images uploaded to VSCO Grid, we like to share 12 of the outstanding images that we’ve encountered. It is so refreshing to witness the dynamic and thought-provoking photographs that are consistently shared amongst the VSCO community. We love that now more than ever, people are getting involved in photography and interacting with the ideas that others express.

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Light, ethereal, and at times surreal, many of Bryan Dale's photos are almost dreamlike in nature. Some require a second glance, pulling in our gaze again and again. Bryan's subject matter is nothing out of the ordinary, yet by framing his subject matter in unique and interesting ways, Bryan keeps us engaged with his images. His portrait of a man standing seemingly in the middle of a lake, balancing deftly on a series of small rocks, strikes us as unexpected & fanciful. In another image, we see the Hollywood sign, yet from an angle rarely shown: the back. Bryan has framed the sign so that it reads simply, "oh." Additionally, Bryan plays with elements like tone to evoke different emotions. Some images are bright, bold, and saturated, while others are muted and feel diaphanous. These varying tones create an array of moods within Bryan's Grid. To witness great examples of fresh perspective combined with effective editing, see more of Bryan's extraordinary images on his VSCO Grid: http://thebryandale.vsco.co
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“Photography is probably the second most important thing in my life, apart from the people I love, because it feeds me, both my body and my soul. I live on it, I learn about the world through it, I open doors with it, I travel because of it, and I believe that one day I will be able to give back to the world through it.” - Rebecca Toh. See a collection of Rebecca's photographs and read a bit about her style on the VSCO Journal.

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+VSCO Absolutely true. I very much adore the layers the composition allows to be conveyed
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