Regardless of what interests you have in your life, there is probably an Instagram feed for whatever your proclivities might be. Into rockabilly or baseball or even stamp collecting? You can undoubtedly find a couple of interesting photo feeds.
Since searching Instagram can be a frustrating and time-consuming endeavor, we have started to do it for you. This week we bring you feeds for baseball fans, vagabonds, parents and a couple of others.
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Foster Huntington has a photo book out titled Home Is Where You Park It documenting people living out of their vans and the culture of the open road. His Instagram feed is an extension of this project and almost makes me want to pack up all my belonging and get out on the highway. Almost. Check out fosterhunting on the ‘grams.
If you are a parent, or know one, and you have a sense of humor, then you will enjoy this feed.
I once had to photograph a fly-fishing story for the San Francisco Chronicle and it was a humbling experience. Unlike a professional basketball game, where you find a semi-comfortable spot on the floor and point your camera at the action, photographing fly fishing is a logistical challenge. I don’t fish myself, but I find something about the act inspiring — especially the amazing photographs to be made. Sneak over to Darcy Toner’s feed to see what I mean.
Marcus Nilsson is a New York-based freelance photograph who makes a living mostly photographing food. Following him at @pissinginthepunchbowl will not do much for your diet and, in fact, it will more than likely make you hungry. Nilsson does a nice job of mixing in the personal glimpses with the delectable dishes.
My good friend Brad Mangin covers San Francisco Giants baseball for Sport Illustrated and Major League Baseball. If you are a hardball fan, you’ll find his Instagram feed downright amazing. If you don’t care anything about baseball or the Giants, but love great photography, you should still be able to enjoy @bmangin.
Joe Pugliese makes the good snappies. He is a Southern California-based freelance photographer and he uses Instagram as I prefer it to be used by professional photographers — with a touch of assignment work and plenty of personal photographs. Go be inspired by @joepug.
Terry Foster is a Toronto guitar … well, nerd. His feed is filled with gems from his Fender swag collection and vintage visual nuggets of gold. He apparently also co-authored Fender: The Golden Age 1946-1970. He doesn’t have a ton of followers, and for the life of me I can’t figure why. Go check out @terry_foster.
Our very own Buster Hein is living the life in Arizona. We are constantly surprised he has any time to actually write stories for Cult of Mac when we look at the beautiful places he hikes. If you find yourself stuck at your desk and needing inspiration for the weekend, look him up o Instagram at @bst3r.