Ten Remarkable Photography Blogs to Follow in 2018

Whether you’re picking up a camera for the very first time or are a seasoned professional behind the lens, photography blogs are great places to find tips, tricks, and inspiration to hone in on your craft.

There are endless blogs related to photography, spanning everything from choosing a camera, to finding freelance jobs. No matter what questions you have, there’s bound to be a blog post out there with the answers.

Regardless of your focus or experience level, you should follow these 10 photography blogs. Each one provides actionable advice in addition to stunning images.

1. Fstoppers

Photographers of all experience levels turn to Fstoppers for the latest industry news and trends. This highly regarded photography blog publishes several stories per day, and features community sections where you can share photos and contribute to group discussions.

2. Photofocus

Photofocus is another popular photography blog that provides a wide array of content for visual storytellers. You’ll find everything from product reviews to highly specific tutorials and tips on how to start or grow your photography business.

3. Light Stalking

You should also add Light Stalking to your reading list. Throughout the week, you’ll find photography news and tips on this blog, as well as thought-provoking articles to help get your creative juices flowing.

4. Photography Life

For more general tips on composition, lighting, and other photography elements, check out Photography Life. In addition to helpful articles, you’ll find insights on photographing specific locations, and general news content.

5. Digital Photography School

As you can probably guess, Digital Photography School offers tutorials to help you become a better photographer. In addition to ample how-tos on shooting, the site has a whole section of post-production tutorials — a helpful resource if you’re new to photo editing.

6. Jasmine Star

While there are many generalized photography blogs out there, you can also find sites that address specific niches. For example, Jasmine Star focuses on photography for social media. It tackles topics such as partnering with brands and boosting engagement on social posts, all of which are essential to modern creators.

7. Drizzle and Drip

If you’re interested in food photography, be sure to follow Drizzle and Drip by Sam Linsell. This blog features tons of amazing recipes and travel articles, coupled with beautiful photography. It’s an endless source of inspiration and sure to make your stomach growl.

8. Geotraveler’s Niche

Travel photography is an incredibly popular niche, and if you want helpful tips and inspiring pictures from around the globe, you should visit Lola Akinmade’s blog, Geotraveler’s Niche. Some of her latest posts chronicle her time spent in Latvia and Nepal.

9. Eric Kim

Eric Kim’s blog provides valuable insights into the world of street photography, addressing everything from the ethics to what makes for “good” street photographs. His articles are sorted by experience level, and every post includes his own images for inspiration.

10. Retouching Academy

Photo editing is an essential skill for any photographer, and you can learn all about this craft from Retouching Academy. The blog offers tutorials on many popular editing programs, such as Lightroom and Photoshop. Most posts include videos, which is especially helpful for visual learners.

With the advice and inspiration found on these photography blogs, you’ll be primed to take your photography to new heights in 2018.

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Camryn Rabideau

Camryn Rabideau is freelance writer specializing in digital lifestyle content, ranging from pop culture to smart home technology. Camryn has contributed to popular media sites such as InStyle, Taste of Home, Martha Stewart, Food52, USA Today, The Spruce and more.

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