Believe it or not, there are actually some celebrities out there with Instagram accounts that contain so much more than just selfies. While it’s always fun to keep tabs on your favorite star, it’s also super refreshing to see some amazing photos from them in your newsfeed.
We’ve rounded up a list of 6 awesome celebs to follow on Instagram for some wonderful photography. Have any other suggestions that we may have missed? Let us know in the comments!
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Her career may not be booming at the moment, but she is known for being an Instagram darling with a ton of talent. We really dig her beautiful sunsets, beach shots, and cool filters. It’s also neat to catch a behind the scenes look at her life.
Lauren Conrad’s Instagram account is like a perfectly contrived Pinterest board. Her photos are all bright, airy, and cutesy — she features some truly gorgeous pics. Her shots make us happy whenever we stumble upon them in our newsfeed.
A celebrity powerhouse in her own right, it probably comes as no surprise that Beyoncé takes some pretty epic Instagram photos. There may be a lot of selfies, but they always seem to be beautifully composed, lit, and executed. She is definitely worth the follow!
We expected nothing less than pure greatness from Jason Mraz’s Instagram account. His photos are incredible! Often times they tend to be nature, or landscape themed. All of his shots seem to have a fun, outdoorsy, California feel to them.
If you’re a foodie and like looking at delicious shots of delectable goodies, then you need to start following Jamie Oliver. All of his photos are gorgeous, well-shot, and look good enough to eat!
Nicole Richie actually has some cute photos tucked away amongst the images of her and her celeb friends. The reality star has a penchant for nature, food, and fashion shots. Three things that are always fun to see in your newsfeed.