We’re featuring artists from our new Creator to Creator collection—Eugenio Marongui and Dean Drobot. With fresh stock photos that reflect our creative community, this collection focuses on energetic and social media-drive lifestyle images that resonate with the next generation of creators.
For more than half his life, Dean Drobot has had a camera in his hands—and he uses his camera to capture the lifestyle of a generation. “I’ve always liked to capture moments of life.” says Drobot. “It can tell a story.” Drobot’s story in stock photography began as a hobby, with just “1-2 shoots a month, nothing special”—he claims. Yet, this part-time hobby of his kindled into a full-time passion, and at the age of 26, Drobot already has a portfolio of 80,000 images and a full staff of employees.
Inspired by traveling and culture, Drobot makes it his goal to find and capture new trends. However, he always keeps in mind to understand the person in front of his lens. This human-focused, psychological take on photography allows him to create images that are simple, real, and genuine.
You can find Drobot on Facebook—or explore his work in our new Creator to Creator collection.
In the contemporary world, anyone can be a photographer, but creating images that are truly unique is far from easy. Yet, Eugenio Marongui continues to create stunning images with his authentic style.
A true jack-of-all-trades in the art world, Marongui started as a painter and then a musician before discovering his love for photography. He was formally trained at the CFP Bauer Academy in Milan and is always on the lookout for new techniques and ideas. His artistic spirit and ever-adapting mindset shows in his array of versatile photos.
Though Marongui considers himself a lifestyle and portrait photographer, he finds inspiration everywhere. “I love streets and urban places in general!” He notes. “It’s fantastic to get lost in the street and find lights and architecture that interact with people.” Marongui truly loves everything about photography, but the thing he loves most doesn’t have to do with fancy lighting or beautiful models, but that photography has allowed him to tell a story without words.