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Scott Kelby

http://www.scottkelby.com/

In the world of graphic photography design, Scott Kelby's name reads like Picasso or Cezanne. His mastery of Photoshop always lands him on the cutting edge of the technology, and he graciously doles out generous helpings of his genius at a consistent pace on his blog page. Texture fanatics will find a gold mine here, as Scott is particularly gifted with the technique great Texture requires. Newbies and old hats alike will gravitate to Scott's blog and not mind sticking around there.

It’s Free Stuff Thursday!
by Brad Moore over 3 years ago
It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Beno Saradzic!
by Brad Moore over 3 years ago

Smash & Peas

http://www.smashandpeas.com/

These two guys love photography. One is a professional photographer for a magazine and the other practices photography as a hobby. Together, novice and pro bring you technical information, interviews, and inspiration in this appealing blog.

Wood Line
by Lee Milthorpe over 3 years ago
Sheep Fields
by Lee Milthorpe over 3 years ago

Beginner's Photography Blog

http://beginnersphotographyblog.com/

Ingrid's charming blog leads photographers through all the basics to help you advance in your photography goals! This is a great place to go if you are just getting started and need help with questions like, "What is that dial thing on my camera?"

Trick Photography – How to do Multiplicity
by Ingrid almost 3 years ago
Take 52 Photo Challenge Critique – Affection
by Ingrid almost 3 years ago

I Heart Faces

http://www.iheartfaces.com

This blog is operated by two moms, Angie and Amy, who met through blogging. They love taking photos of their children and decided to create a place to show them. Their blog is a place to share photos of unique and beautiful faces for others to view.

Preparing Your Photos for Canvas
by IHF over 1 year ago
Beautiful Photo of the Week
by IHF over 1 year ago

Daily Art Fixx

http://www.dailyartfixx.com

Wendy Campbell, the blogger of Daily Art Fixx, wants to educate and inspire those who love the art photography as she does. This site includes artist profiles--both historical and current--visual arts and women in the arts. She believes that art is a highly personal thing and that everyone has there own interpretation, which is what makes art so intriguing.

TEDx Met: Luke Syson: How I learned to stop worrying and love “useless” art
by Wendy Campbell over 3 years ago
Henrique Oliveira – Baitogogo
by Wendy Campbell over 3 years ago

Photography Blog

http://www.photographyblog.com/

This sleek blog indulges the tech side of the photographer. Read about the latest camera bodies, lenses, firmware upgrades, lighting gadgets, and more to seek out new equipment and boost your technical understanding of your camera.

StreetFoto San Francisco Festival
by Zoltan Arva-Toth over 1 year ago
Nikon Relaunches ‘Nikon Image Space’ Photo Sharing Service
by Zoltan Arva-Toth over 1 year ago

Confessions of a Pioneer Woman

http://thepioneerwoman.com/photography/

This housewife is one talented woman! A fantastic writer, cook, and photographer, we couldn't help but fall in love with her intelligent and interesting blog. Read her posts on lens distortion, food photography, backlighting, and everything in between.


That's the Shot Photography Blog

http://thatstheshot.blogspot.com/

This handy professional photographer brings you samples of their own work as well as some do-it-yourself projects like making your own Lensbaby, using an LED flashlight as fill lighting, and creating your own beauty dish.


Muddyboots Photography Blog

http://blog.muddyboots.org/

Browse through Erica's myriad of links to find useful and fun tutorials, or search through her own posts to learn how to avoid blurry photos or create a twin in post-production.


Guess the Lighting

http://guessthelighting.com/

We consider this blog to be the runner-up to our top five blogs. We're still tormented with having to cut this one. But if you want to better your lighting skills by studying the work of the best photographers around, this is the place to look! See highly visible work and study the lighting diagrams this blogger provides.

Tony Duran lights Emily Ratajkowski for Ocean Drive
by admin almost 3 years ago
Annie Leibovitz lights the cast of Game of Thrones for Vanity Fair
by admin about 3 years ago

Black Star Rising

http://rising.blackstar.com/

This blog is not just for those interested in being a photographer. It is also interested in educating photography buyers as well. This comprehensive blog will give you a good background on the artistic, technical, and legal aspects of the photography industry.

What Apple and Samsung Can Teach Photographers About Attracting Loyal Clients
by Kathy DalPra about 3 years ago
A Simple SEO Tweak To Get Better Blog Traffic
by Kathy DalPra about 3 years ago

Yanik's Photo School

http://yanikphotoschool.com/

This nature and travel photography aficionado brings you step-by-step guides for how to achieve your best photographs in a number of different styles and of different subjects. Read up on the "7 Steps for Taking Photos in the Rain" and "15 Steps to Perfect Family Portraits."

Lightroom Presets Boxing Day Mega Sale!!
by Yanik over 1 year ago
Saving Serabie 2 Years Later
by Yanik almost 2 years ago

Strobology

http://strobology.com/photography-tutorials/

There are a lot of photography tutorials, tips, and other information on the web. Strobology has set a high goal for itself by attempting to consolidate all this information onto one blog. They have a long ways to go, but make sure you stop by and see how they are doing.


Light Stalking

http://www.lightstalking.com/

Light Stalking is obsessed with beautiful photography and eager about sharing such art with the world. Catch their enthusiasm about new photographic work and read up on how to improve in your photographic endeavors at the same time.

8 Comments that May Make A Photographer Crazy (Depending on Our Mood)
by Sheen Watkins over 1 year ago
10 Photo Theme Ideas For When You Have Photographer’s Block
by Tiffany Mueller over 1 year ago

Point of Utterance

http://www.pointofutterance.com/

Aloha really works on helping you with the development side of photography. Learn how to imagine up new concepts, bring out emotion in portraits, and shoot themes when you travel. Another candidate for our top 5, we strongly suggest that you stop by to check this blog out.


Nick Carver Photography

http://nickcarverphotography.com/blog/

In additional to stunning nature photography, self-taught photographer Nick Carver brings you great do-it-yourself projects and modifications, like tripod leg pads, plamp (plant clamp), and ring light. Make sure you look at his tutorials, which are nicely organized by skill level.

Abstract Photography: Palm Trees in Laguna Beach
by Nick Carver over 3 years ago
Why the Exposure Triangle is Completely Useless
by Nick Carver over 3 years ago

Lighting Essentials

http://www.lighting-essentials.com/

This blog is an excellent resource for aspiring professional photographers. The how-to articles are succinct and specific, and geared toward people in the industry.

Does the Best Photographer Make the Most Money?
by wizwow about 3 years ago
Smartphone Camera Photography
by wizwow about 3 years ago

Neil Creek Photographer

http://www.neilcreek.com/blog/

This blogger passionate about panoramic photography, macro photography and pushing the boundaries with creative and innovative techniques. He loves to share his knowledge on photography and how to achieve near perfection.

Lingerie Shoot – 140524
by Neil Creek over 3 years ago
A few photos I just took around our foggy garden this morning!
by Neil Creek over 3 years ago

K. Praslowicz,Photographer

http://www.kpraslowicz.com

Kip is a web developer and a photographer. He shares his thoughts about photography, as well as technical things he has figured out on his own. He is a big supporter of film and film photography.

Ansco Color Film - 1949 Advertisement
by K. Praslowicz over 1 year ago
Zeiss Ikon Cameras: For Better Pictures - 1952 Advertisement
by K. Praslowicz over 1 year ago

Digital Photography School

http://www.digital-photography-school.com/

Learn how to use your digital camera with digital photography tips you will find on this blog. This is a community of photographers of all levels who come together to learn, share and expand their knowledge of photography.

3 Tips to Maximize Your Road Trip Photos
by Nisha Ramroop over 1 year ago
Tips to Help You Start a Successful Photo Blog
by Simon Ringsmuth over 1 year ago

Picture Correct

http://www.picturecorrect.com

On this site you will find informative articles on photography tips and techniques. Richard Schneider, the founder of this blog, offers valuable resource to photographers of all experience levels.

Beginner Photography Training Tips for Newbies
by PictureCorrect Contributor over 1 year ago
Interesting Photo of the Day: A Frozen Tree
by Michael Fraiman over 1 year ago

The Photoletariat

http://thephotoletariat.com/

This blog looks to equalize the photography community by proving almost any camera, including iPhones, can produce greatness. Technical tips for super-detailed users appear here often.


Fyfe Photography

http://fyfephotography.blogspot.com

My husband and I love photography and this is a place to share that photography as well as, occassionally, the photography of others. If it's beautiful, inspiring or otherwise noticable, then we want to share it here! Hopefully, we can also share some tips and tricks of the trade, websites of interest and more along the way!



Moms Who Click

http://www.momswhoclick.com

Our mission at Moms Who Click, is to share our passion for photography and create a community with other photo loving enthusiasts. Whether just starting out or a seasoned professional, our goal is to create a community where we all provide one another with tips and tricks as well as inspiration.

BEHIND THE LENS: Daisy Beatty Photography, NYC and East Hampton, NY
by noreply@blogger.com (Moms Who Click) about 2 years ago
Sponsored: AT&T LG G4 Smartphone Sweepstakes & Photography Tips
by noreply@blogger.com (Moms Who Click) over 2 years ago