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Photo by @a_bunchofdogs
This #WHPperspective was made for #TongueOutTuesday. 🐶
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Photo by @a_bunchofdogs
this #whpperspective was made for #tongueouttuesday. 🐶
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Deri Ahmad Fauzi (@deriahmad) has his feet in the clouds for #WHPperspective.
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Photo by @deriahmad
deri ahmad fauzi (@deriahmad ) has his feet in the clouds for #whpperspective.
Photo by @paperboyo
“There’s about a hundred and one weird and whacky buildings in Basel, but this one might be my favorite,” writes paper artist and photographer Rich McCor (@paperboyo) in his caption.
Follow along for more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPperspective.
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Photo by @paperboyo
“there’s about a hundred and one weird and whacky buildings in basel, but this one might be my favorite,” writes paper artist and photographer rich mccor (@paperboyo ) in his caption.
follow along for more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #whpperspective.
Photo by @visiblejune
Inspired by her love of everything from cute, colorful dolls to horror movies, 19-year-old makeup artist June Noel (@visiblejune) creates makeup looks to express her dual nature. “I love pink, but I also love black!” says June, who’s been doing makeup for five years. “Through makeup, I can express my love for both rather contradicting sides. That’s why I love it so much. I’ve learned that I don’t have to choose one side. I can have both. I hope that people get inspired to express themselves through makeup, in any style or way that’s meaningful to them.” Watch June create one of her makeup looks today on our story and on our IGTV channel. To watch IGTV, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.
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Photo by @visiblejune
inspired by her love of everything from cute, colorful dolls to horror movies, 19-year-old makeup artist june noel (@visiblejune ) creates makeup looks to express her dual nature. “i love pink, but i also love black!” says june, who’s been doing makeup for five years. “through makeup, i can express my love for both rather contradicting sides. that’s why i love it so much. i’ve learned that i don’t have to choose one side. i can have both. i hope that people get inspired to express themselves through makeup, in any style or way that’s meaningful to them.” watch june create one of her makeup looks today on our story and on our igtv channel. to watch igtv, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.
Photo by @nimitnigam
Photographer Nimit Nigam knew there was no filter needed when he spotted this street scene in Delhi. #WHPperspective
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Photo by @nimitnigam
photographer nimit nigam knew there was no filter needed when he spotted this street scene in delhi. #whpperspective
Video by @ya_gadya
@ya_gadya set the wheel in motion for this #WHPperspective.
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Video by @ya_gadya
@ya_gadya set the wheel in motion for this #whpperspective.
Photo by @danidlm
Is this a giant eye trick? It’s all a matter of #WHPperspective.

Follow along for more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project
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Photo by @danidlm
is this a giant eye trick? it’s all a matter of #whpperspective.

follow along for more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project
Photo by @tatimcquay
15-year old Tati McQuay has been creating her own dance moves since she could stand on two feet. But recently the Los Angeles-based dancer and actress has become interested in Latin-influenced dance. “As I get older, I’ve been learning and loving my Latin roots so much more,” she says. “Listening to Latin music is my newest thing!” Whether in her dance or in her everyday life, Tati’s motto is to stay true to herself. “There’s no point trying to be someone you are not because people will see right through it,” she says. “Stick to your roots and be true to you.”
This month, we’ll be sharing the stories of Hispanic-American community members in celebration of #HispanicHeritageMonth, which runs through October 15 in the US. Today on our story: Tati shows us her dance moves. 💃 #MiVoz #MyVoice
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Photo by @tatimcquay
15-year old tati mcquay has been creating her own dance moves since she could stand on two feet. but recently the los angeles-based dancer and actress has become interested in latin-influenced dance. “as i get older, i’ve been learning and loving my latin roots so much more,” she says. “listening to latin music is my newest thing!” whether in her dance or in her everyday life, tati’s motto is to stay true to herself. “there’s no point trying to be someone you are not because people will see right through it,” she says. “stick to your roots and be true to you.”
this month, we’ll be sharing the stories of hispanic-american community members in celebration of #hispanicheritagemonth, which runs through october 15 in the us. today on our story: tati shows us her dance moves. 💃 #mivoz #myvoice
Featured photo by @maomay__
Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPperspective
This weekend, the goal is to take photos and videos from a different point of view, as in this featured photo by Mao May (@maomay__). Here are some tips to get you started:
Capture a familiar subject or scene from an unexpected angle. Get up close and let a face cover the entire frame, or make a puppy look large by shooting from ground-level as she stares down. Find a high vantage point to show the wider context of a festival scene or bustling market.
Use geometry to your advantage. Look for graphic lines — in bridges or telephone wires — that converge to a vanishing point in your composition. Find a new way to capture patterns in everyday places, like the wheels of bicycles lined up in a rack, or symmetrical bricks in an unruly garden.
Play an eye trick. Defy gravity with simple editing, like rotating the frame. Recruit a friend to make a well-timed leap, that, when rotated, looks like they’re flying through air. Or turn a dandelion into a human-size parasol by playing with scale and distance.

PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPperspective hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.
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Featured photo by @maomay__
weekend hashtag project: #whpperspective this weekend, the goal is to take photos and videos from a different point of view, as in this featured photo by mao may (@maomay__ ). here are some tips to get you started:
capture a familiar subject or scene from an unexpected angle. get up close and let a face cover the entire frame, or make a puppy look large by shooting from ground-level as she stares down. find a high vantage point to show the wider context of a festival scene or bustling market.
use geometry to your advantage. look for graphic lines — in bridges or telephone wires — that converge to a vanishing point in your composition. find a new way to capture patterns in everyday places, like the wheels of bicycles lined up in a rack, or symmetrical bricks in an unruly garden.
play an eye trick. defy gravity with simple editing, like rotating the frame. recruit a friend to make a well-timed leap, that, when rotated, looks like they’re flying through air. or turn a dandelion into a human-size parasol by playing with scale and distance.

project rules: please add the #whpperspective hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. if you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.
Video by @mybestfriendhank
Hello, world! Meet today’s #WeeklyFluff: Hank (@mybestfriendhank), a little potbellied piggy who knows how to strike a pose. Hank, who lives in New Orleans with his humans, is fond of snuggles, splashing in his kiddie pool and munching on snacks. 🐽
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Video by @mybestfriendhank
hello, world! meet today’s #weeklyfluff: hank (@mybestfriendhank ), a little potbellied piggy who knows how to strike a pose. hank, who lives in new orleans with his humans, is fond of snuggles, splashing in his kiddie pool and munching on snacks. 🐽
Adrenaline and excitement. These are the best words 16-year-old surfer Caroline Marks (@caroline_markss) has to describe the feeling of riding the man-made wave — designed by surfer Kelly Slater (@kellyslater) — at #SurfRanchPro, a World Surf League (@wsl) competition this past weekend in central California. “It’s about a 50-second ride,” says Caroline, who surfs for at least four hours a day as part of her training regimen. “You can do about eight turns and then get two barrels. There’s nothing like it.” 🌊

Watch Caroline, Kelly and surfer Gabriel Medina (@gabrielmedina) on the waves today on our story and on our IGTV channel. To watch IGTV, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.
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Adrenaline and excitement. these are the best words 16-year-old surfer caroline marks (@caroline_markss ) has to describe the feeling of riding the man-made wave — designed by surfer kelly slater (@kellyslater ) — at #surfranchpro, a world surf league (@wsl ) competition this past weekend in central california. “it’s about a 50-second ride,” says caroline, who surfs for at least four hours a day as part of her training regimen. “you can do about eight turns and then get two barrels. there’s nothing like it.” 🌊

watch caroline, kelly and surfer gabriel medina (@gabrielmedina ) on the waves today on our story and on our igtv channel. to watch igtv, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.
Video by @danilo
Designer Brandon Maxwell (@brandonmaxwell) developed his love of fashion in his grandmother’s high-end women’s boutique in Texas. “I was surrounded by impeccably well-dressed women from a young age because of my Mammaw,” says Brandon. So when he decided to create a collection inspired by his home state, he and his team took up a month-long residency in the West Texas town of Marfa. “I already had a strong vision of Texas glamour and Marfa gave me the space to flush out that idea.” That spring/ summer 2019 collection was shown last weekend at New York Fashion Week (@nyfw), and the Texas inspiration shined bright. “Marfa sunsets ignited my use of bright color,” says Brandon. “Pink and red have always been colors I used and this season it was about amplifying those.” Other Texas hat-tips were silver belts and silk scarves knotted like bandannas — and cowboy hats, carried down the runway in clear boxes with handles. At the end of the show, Brandon’s grandmother joined him on the carpet. “It felt like it was full circle to bring her out for this show,” he says.

Check out our story and IGTV channel as we go behind the scenes with Brandon and his team leading up to #NYFW. 👠
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Video by @danilo
designer brandon maxwell (@brandonmaxwell ) developed his love of fashion in his grandmother’s high-end women’s boutique in texas. “i was surrounded by impeccably well-dressed women from a young age because of my mammaw,” says brandon. so when he decided to create a collection inspired by his home state, he and his team took up a month-long residency in the west texas town of marfa. “i already had a strong vision of texas glamour and marfa gave me the space to flush out that idea.” that spring/ summer 2019 collection was shown last weekend at new york fashion week (@nyfw ), and the texas inspiration shined bright. “marfa sunsets ignited my use of bright color,” says brandon. “pink and red have always been colors i used and this season it was about amplifying those.” other texas hat-tips were silver belts and silk scarves knotted like bandannas — and cowboy hats, carried down the runway in clear boxes with handles. at the end of the show, brandon’s grandmother joined him on the carpet. “it felt like it was full circle to bring her out for this show,” he says.

check out our story and igtv channel as we go behind the scenes with brandon and his team leading up to #nyfw. 👠