Instagram-famous photographer Misshattan reveals her favorite photoshoot so far

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If daring photos aren't your thing -- you may want to look away.

Photographer Natalie Amrossi, or Misshattan, has made a name for herself in the world of photography, especially on Instagram where she has garnered more than 400K followers, and they're far from conventional.

Swinging from helicopters and taking unknown paths, Misshattan's photos will not disappoint.

We had the chance to chat with her about her photo work and building her brand on social media. Check out the interview below!

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#YouShouldKnow is a feature that showcases rising talents. To see more past interviews, including more features on Misshattan, click here.

This is the beginning of ANYTHING you want (just saying)! ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ––๐Ÿผ

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You were born and raised in New York. How does that affect your photography?

I just feel like New York is so special to me. I was originally from Queens and then I lived in Brooklyn with my family for a bit, then I went to college in Long Island. So I feel like I have a lot of New York in me. Especially when I travel, people always make fun of my accent! New York has always been special to me and the first time I came into New York City I felt the energy and there's nothing like it. I've travelled to so many different places and I love so many other cities but there's nothing like home.

Do you remember the first time one of your photos went viral?

I do. It was a helicopter shot. My feet was swinging from the helicopter overlooking Financial District. That exploded all over the Internet.

Fall forward : because each mistake comes with a lesson learned.

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What's it like making social media your full time job?

Instagram is just a fun great platform and I think it's a great opportunity that will lead into other jobs, whether you're creating content for other companies since you know how social media works or you have shoots with major companies, it a door open for so much more.

What has been your favorite shoot you've done so far?

I do a lot of things with the Jordan brand. I grew up playing basketball and being able to shoot these ball players has been a lot of fun. I work with Christian Louboutin and they've been amazing too. But they're all so great so it's hard to pinpoint one!

What's the biggest thing you've learned about photography since starting your Instagram account?

I've learned that there's so much to learn. There will always be something like a new technique to take in. That's why you can take so many photos in one location, because you want to go back as you grow as an artist. You want to take photos the way you learned. It's a constant evolution and you have to keep learning.

What's the one piece of advice every photographer should hear?

I think it's important to be consistent and not give up. The moment you put the camera down is the moment you give up on yourself. As long as you keep going, you're bound to be successful.

Fact : the sky is not the limit. ๐Ÿ’ซ

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