Award-winning freelance photographer Amos Chapple has been around the world with his camera in tow and has documented a seldom seen angle of life in Iran in his latest shots.
His life in Iran shots are so compelling that his album that he posted on Reddit took the top overall spot on the page in early March. Living in North America, it seems like the portrayal of Iran and its people can be less-than-favorable sometimes, so Chapple's album provides an invaluable glimpse into the day to day life of the Middle Eastern country. Chapple's photography work is so impressive that he was given an Editor's choice award from National Geographic in 2012.
The astonishing life in Iran photography was achieved with a Panasonic Lumix GH2 camera and a variety of different lenses.