The #MuseCam community is constantly sharing incredible photos, and we want to celebrate that creativity by featuring a selection of our favorite photos shared by you everything month. To be considered for our monthly roundup, tag your photos with #MuseCam on social media.

Below are our favorite shots of the month.

Ethereal

A photo posted by Garrett Roth (@garrettroth) on

Garrett Roth always impresses with his unique eye for landscapes and people.

Bohemian.

A photo posted by Per Ågren (@peragren) on

Swedish photographer Per Ågren shares a peaceful moment before dinner.  We love this photo for its beautiful lighting and dark tones.

Great capture by Sam Cahill, processed by MuseCam preset MC05. Sam has described MC05 as one of his favorite photo filters of all time.

Lost into Sunset! 😍

A photo posted by Niaz (@neohumanity) on

A master of many disciplines of photography, Niaz has one of our favorite galleries on Instagram, capturing nature in a very ethereal and unique way.

Hide 'n Seek 🙈🙉🙊 Personal: @danielontheroad

A photo posted by 🐼 DANIEL DE KIND (@danieldekind) on

Specializing in unique portraiture, Daniel De Kind loves to experiment with colors, and MuseCam’s HSL tools are perfect for just that.

Toronto-based Holly Sisson, co-owner of Pitter Patter Furry Feet with her sister Monica, always dazzles with her brilliant time stack photography. This shot is processed with MuseCam preset MC03.

@Julia_Explores has been dazzling her audience with images from her trip to the Grand Tetons.

Kel Morales always intrigues with his photography, with the use of warm tones, unique vantage points, and mysterious subjects.

Mysteries of light. 💫

A photo posted by M A T T F E R R (@matt.ferr) on

We love the tones of this portrait by Matt Ferr, whose gallery showcases brilliant use of light that creates a warm, film-like treatment to his photos.

Treat yourself to an adventure! ✈️🌍💙

A photo posted by @tlk13 on

The beautiful landscape of Seljalandsfoss in Iceland, captured by @TLK13.

Making friends in Yosemite by Ethan Porter. Check out this write up on how Ethan edits his images using MuseCam here.

Sydney-based photographer Peera Maytha has some serious skills when it comes to photographing his city. We love following his work.

Keep sharing your work with #MuseCam. For a better chance of a feature, share with us the preset or tools you used to edit your photo in the caption!

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