Journal: 5 Instagrammers Worth Following, January 20th Edition

5 Instagrammers Worth Following, January 20th Edition

By Ted Gushue
January 20, 2017

Your feed needs watering, we’re here to help. Here are 5 accounts that have caught our attention this week.

We’ve just started following Glenn, always seems to be around something excellent. Excited to see how he grows his account.

Michael Potiker is a long standing friend of Petrolicious. We’ve featured his 190SL way back when, but he’s really developing his own photographic style when it comes to automotive. Oh, he also picked up a pair of those Snapchat Glasses to give the occasional first person perspective into what he’s driving.

Stunning photography, 100% of the time. Laurent’s at all the classic races, doing it all. Don’t let your jealousy get the best of you.

We’ve featured Japandrewsan way back when, but he’s officially part of the Petrolicious crew now as a staff writer with us. Want to stay up to date on everything he’s got going on? Give Andrew Golseth a follow.

Humble guy, killer photographer. We’re excited to be working more and more with Shane Allen, his signature style is deeply enjoyable to follow along to.

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7 years ago

I used to really look forward to these pieces. These where you clue us in to some interesting accounts but now, it is simply so/ so. A lot of retreads, a lot of highlighting accounts for stuff you sell in your store, a lot of the same stuff. Nothing truly original anymore. There are more photos of Porsches and BMWs on Instagram than ever rolled out of Germany and you seem to be highlighting all of them.

In general, I have been rather let down by Petrolicious lately. Poor proofing, only somewhat interesting content, disappearing themes (like market finds that were NOT attributed to your site). I understand that you have to sell things and develop your brand but you are missing out on so much.

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