If you’ve not heard about the Knolling trend, then this article will give you insight. Knolling is the hottest Instagram trend at the moment and presently even emergency services are involved.
Knolling is regarded as a type of flat-lay photography that features several objects arranged at 90-degree angles from each other, then pictured from above.
The appearance is pleasing and symmetrical to the sight as it also allows individuals to view a variety of objects via single photo, very perfect for displaying equipment for an inventory.
Further popularized through LEGO, builders are calmly arranging bricks in color, shapes, and styles before working on any construction.
now, several emergency services across the world, ranging from ambulance to
police and to rescue teams, are all, showing all the gear they carry in their vehicles
by using the technique. While it appears really cool and informative, kindly
scroll down to check them out yourself.
#1 Switzerland Police
#2 Star Ambulances
#3 Geneva Fire And Rescue Service (Sis), Switzerland
#4 Firefighters From Kazerne Rotterdam-Frobenstraat, The Netherlands
#5 Dutch Fire Truck
#6 The Police In Neuchâtel, Switzerland
#7 Contents Of A Boxer MRAV Of The Royal Netherlands Army
#8 Netherland’s Emergency Services
#9 Dutch Ambulances
#10 KNRM Station Hoek Van Holland Lifeboat
#11 Here’s What Goes Into A New Zealand Police Car
#12 Julianadorp Beach Lifeguards, The Netherlands
#13 Sengkang Fire Station, Singapore
#14 Fire Department Entfelden-Muhen
#15 Air Zermatt Swiss Rescue Team
#16 Volunteer Fire Department Himberg
#17 Here’s What’s Inside A Swiss Police Car
#18 Fejér County Highway Division, Hungary
#19 The Capriasca Fire Corps
#20 Netherland’s Emergency Services
#21 Firemen From Zurich
#22 The Contents Of A Dutch Police Car
#23 Geneva Fire Department, Switzerland
#24 Emergency Services Personnel
#25 TCPB Police, Taiwan
#26 Rescue Brigades In Haaglanden
#27 Emergency Services Personnel
#28 Fejér County Highway Subdivision, Hungary
#29 French Fire Truck (The Firefighters Of Mazières)