7 Must-Follow African Instagrammers

When it comes to talent, Instagram is teeming with photographers keen to challenge cliches and common misconceptions about this beautiful continent. Their Instagram galleries showcase breathtaking shots of previously obscure or inaccessible places, contemporary local street style and African landscapes that will leave you with a serious case of wanderlust!

Here’s our list of 7 African Instagrammers to follow for endless inspiration:

1. @lafrohemien

This Nairobi-based photographer calls herself The Afrohemian Nomad has an obvious talent for shooting captivating urban portraits.

Sometimes… 📷 @kibuukaphotography

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2. @stevenchikosi

A self-proclaimed African Storyteller, this Harare-based photographer and videographer packs his feed full of snapshots of both city-life and the bushveld.

Convince your shadow that you are someone worth following

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3. @africashowboy

Nani Kofi Acquah is one of the most celebrated African Instagrammers around – his feed can be likened to a ongoing love letter to Africa and African people.

4. @truthslinger

Highlighting the beauty Kenya has to offer to his 84,000 followers, Mutua Matheka is a travel and architectural photographer whose passion for his work is evident in every post he uploads to his Instagram feed.

5. @accraphoto

This Ghanaian photographer creatively captures portraits of the lifeblood of Accra. He expertly and effortlessly plays with juxtaposition, texture and light for maximum effect.

6. @yagazieemezi

This young creative is passionate about showcasing the creativity her home continent has to offer. Based in Nigeria, this visual curator will inspire you with her take on Africa’s largest city.

7. @ayoubarouk

Ayoub is known for quietly beautiful images of the often forgotten parts of Morocco.

They ask you about the soul. ❤ #KindComments #everydayafrica

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