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Cricket Season Kicks off for the Indian Premier League (IPL)

To see more photos and videos from the tournament, browse the #IPL hashtag and follow @indianpremierleague.

On Wednesday, the Indian Premier League (@indianpremierleague) kicked off its season of cricket games. As one of the biggest cricket tournaments in the world, hundreds of thousands of fans around the globe tune in to watch the league matches.

This year, the IPL is taking the games outside of India to United Arab Emirates (UAE), where they will start the season with support from their international fans. The league will play at cricket stadiums in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah until the end of April before they return to their home grounds in India to play for local fans.

For a front-row view into the matches of this season, be sure to follow IPL’s Instagram account @indianpremierleague as well as accounts from your favorite teams:

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A Peek into the Life of a Tibetan Monk with @gdax

For a peek into the daily life of Tibetan monk དགེ་འདུན་དབང་ཕྱུག (Gedun Wangchuk), follow @gdax on Instagram.

དགེ་འདུན་དབང་ཕྱུག, or Gedun Wangchuk, (@gdax) is a Buddhist monk living in Tibet, where he uses Instagram to share scenes from his daily life atop one of the highest locations on earth. The region boasts an average elevation of 4,900 meters (16,000 feet) and is home to some of the world’s tallest mountains, including Mount Everest at the Nepal border to the southwest.

"Mankind shares and lives on planet Earth as one family with each continent having its own different nationalities, religions, faith, customs, unique culture and languages. But aside from such differences, we all have the same common desire for happiness," Gedun says. "That’s why Instagram, as a window to this global family, is a joy."

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Exploring the Art at Gamcheon Culture Village (감천문화마을)

For more photos and videos of the village’s art, explore the 감천문화마을 (Gamcheon Culture Village) location page.

Gamcheon Culture Village (감천문화마을) in South Korea is a small village filled with art and history. Located on a mountainside in southern Busan, locals often compare the village’s view of dense buildings to Greece’s Santorini, Peru’s Machu Picchu and even Lego blocks for its shape and colorfulness. Inside the village, narrow alleys spread throughout the city like a maze where people are likely to run into multi-colored buildings, quirky art installations and stylish galleries.

The village, also called Taegukdo Village, was founded in 1918 when thousands of people, many of them followers of the Taegukdo religion, fled to the war-free area of Busan. As a village settled by war refugees, it existed as one of the poorest areas in the region until very recently. In 2009, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism launched a project to preserve the village, turning it into the artistic community it is today. Now, the picturesque scenery the village provides is known to be a great place for photos, and many local and visiting Instagrammers alike come to document and share the art found all over the city.

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Usuaria de Tumblr destacada: Carla Fuentes
Blog: Little is drawing, Little is drawing photo
Ciudad de origen: Valencia, España
Ciudad actual: Madrid, España
Primera publicación: Abril de 2009
Carla Fuentes es una joven ilustradora valenciana con un porfolio de impresión. Apasionada por la ilustración, el diseño y la fotografía, estudió Diseño de Moda en la Escuela Superior de Diseño de Valencia y, desde 2007, trabaja de forma autónoma. Ha colaborado con artistas como Polock, Zahara, Russian Red, Jero Romero o La Habitación Roja y sus trabajos han aparecido en publicaciones tan importantes como Nylon, Forbes, Esquire, Vanidad, Le Monde o El País. En el ámbito de la moda, ha trabajado con marcas como Kling, Pull and Bear o women’secret. Asimismo, ha participado en numerosas exposiciones, tanto nacionales como internacionales: la última, «Pac-Man vuelve», se pudo visitar en Madrid el pasado fin de semana.
¿Cómo empezó tu andadura profesional? ¿De dónde proviene el nombre, Little is drawing?
Empecé hace muchos años de manera inconsciente, a través de Fotolog. Colgaba en él pequeños dibujos que hacía en clase o en horas muertas. Poco a poco, fue creciendo y empezaron los encargos; decidí dedicarme a esto de manera profesional y hasta hoy. El nombre era como el nick que utilizaba en Messenger y en otras redes: una amiga en el colegio me llamaba little y así me quedé.
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Usuaria de Tumblr destacada: Carla Fuentes

Blog: Little is drawing, Little is drawing photo

Ciudad de origen: Valencia, España

Ciudad actual: Madrid, España

Primera publicación: Abril de 2009

Carla Fuentes es una joven ilustradora valenciana con un porfolio de impresión. Apasionada por la ilustración, el diseño y la fotografía, estudió Diseño de Moda en la Escuela Superior de Diseño de Valencia y, desde 2007, trabaja de forma autónoma. Ha colaborado con artistas como Polock, Zahara, Russian Red, Jero Romero o La Habitación Roja y sus trabajos han aparecido en publicaciones tan importantes como Nylon, Forbes, Esquire, Vanidad, Le Monde o El País. En el ámbito de la moda, ha trabajado con marcas como Kling, Pull and Bear o women’secret. Asimismo, ha participado en numerosas exposiciones, tanto nacionales como internacionales: la última, «Pac-Man vuelve», se pudo visitar en Madrid el pasado fin de semana.

¿Cómo empezó tu andadura profesional? ¿De dónde proviene el nombre, Little is drawing?

Empecé hace muchos años de manera inconsciente, a través de Fotolog. Colgaba en él pequeños dibujos que hacía en clase o en horas muertas. Poco a poco, fue creciendo y empezaron los encargos; decidí dedicarme a esto de manera profesional y hasta hoy. El nombre era como el nick que utilizaba en Messenger y en otras redes: una amiga en el colegio me llamaba little y así me quedé.

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How I Shoot: @darian_volkova’s Dancers

How I Shoot is a series where we ask Instagrammers to tell us about the set-up and process behind their photos and videos. For more photos and videos of Darian Volkova’s dancers, browse the #soulinfeet hashtag and follow @darian_volkova on Instagram. For more great photos and videos of ballet dancers, follow @ballerinaproject_, balletzaida and @balletbeautiful on Instagram.

"Ballet is a lightness and heaviness. Hard work in the classroom and weightless beauty on stage."

These are the words of Russian Instagrammer Darian Volkova (@darian_volkova), a dancer based in St. Petersburg who regularly takes photos and videos of her ballet friends on Instagram. “Dance has always been a part of me. More than anything because of its association with movement. I like to take pictures of dancing people: they are elegant and make striking lines.”

Darian is part of a growing community of dancers who want to share their unique and extraordinary profession with a wider audience. She started her #soulinfeet series six months ago, giving a rare insight into the life of a ballerina through video clips of rehearsals, classroom warm ups and backstage. Instagrammers such as the artist JR (@jr) have also explored the world of ballet and how to shoot dancers on Instagram through his collaboration with the New York City Ballet.

Want to learn more about how to shoot dancers on Instagram? Here are Darian’s tips:

Camera

"On Instagram I shoot with an iPhone 4S, but I love to shoot with my film camera Yashica Mat-124G, often using Ilford film.”

Vantage Point

"My ballet friends have become accustomed to posing for my Instagram shots. During rehearsal, when a dancer moves I may ask them to stay in a certain position. The human body is like clay: you can mould it. And the body of a ballerina is super soft, like plastic clay, which can be very beautiful.

"Ballet poses can look completely different depending on your point of view. If you ask a ballerina to stand in an arabesque and walk around her, providing she doesn’t move, you will get different shots and angles. Just like the little spinning ballerina in the music box. The dancer’s body creates lines which intersect and sometimes it looks open and sometimes it looks closed.

"I shoot in ballet halls. Often there are large rooms with large windows and nothing to interrupt your view—lots of natural light for the dancer’s body to catch."

Shooting

"Ballerinas often like to pose for the camera. So the perfect recipe for those who want to take photos and videos of ballet dancers is simple: get the ballerina and ask her to move.

"In ballet, there is often an important special moment in the middle of a move. If you are interested in ballet, pay close attention and speak to the dancers so you know when to push the shutter."

Editing

"I like to use VSCO (iOS and Android) filters. I use the same exposure, brush and small edits for some moments on Snapseed also (Apple/Android).”

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Grooving to Jazz Rhythms with @dadsdiscdelights

To view more photos and videos of Zoë and her dad’s favourite vinyls, browse the #dadsdiscdelights hashtag follow @dadsdiscdelights on Instagram.

When London Instagrammer Zoë Timmers (@zobolondon) saw the comments on her contribution to a Weekend Hashtag Project for Father’s Day (#WHPthanksdad), she knew she’d stumbled upon something special.

Her submission was a portrait of her dad holding one of his beloved Miles Davis vinyl jazz records, Tutu. Seated in his custom-built music room in their Buckinghamshire cottage, now housing a 70-year-old collection of 10,000 records (he bought his first record in 1942), the photo drew comments from a number of enthusiasts asking questions about the album, history of jazz and the genre’s musicians.

Zoë decided to start a dedicated feed—@dadsdiscdelights—to further share his lifetime passion and knowledge of jazz with Instagram.

"Around my early teen years I discovered that the common thread in most of the music I had been hearing and had liked since a small boy, on radio and on record, was jazz," says Zoë’s dad, who has worked in the music industry most of his life. "I started reading about jazz as much as I could, listening to radio jazz programs and pestering record shops for information. I hope to put before Instagrammers a lifetime jazz lover’s view and opinion, as opposed to some dry, learned observation."

"He was surprised people were engaging in the comments," says Zoë. "Being quite specific and asking questions. It became a forum for hardcore ‘musos’ but also those finding jazz for the first time, as well as people who just like the way we shoot it."

Zoë takes all the photos, and her dad writes the captions after their conversations about which records to feature in what order. Zoë publishes to Instagram, and her dad responds in comments.

"The challenge is to get the essence of a piece of music across in 15 seconds," he says. "Visually of course it’s about attracting the viewer’s attention in the first place, and hopefully they’re drawn in and want to know more."

"For me it’s a way to spend more time with my dad," says Zoë. "I have been trying to find a way to share the huge knowledge in his head. I wanted him to be able to share his love of music."