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David Bailey, Marisa Berenson, Vogue, 1968. From the AAU LUNA Database.
Depositphotos publishes photography tutorials, latest trends, stock photography insights, and marketing tips. If you need some inspiration, you can read their interviews with famous photographers, explore featured collections of images from their library or keep up with the latest trends.
Showcasing the work of established photographers, Feature Shoot focuses on featuring photo stories across several categories. Topics include portraits, still life, landscapes, fine art, and documentary photography.
Blogger Lara White founded this blog to address the business side of photography, a facet that many students are inexperienced with upon graduating from college.
Two Loves Studio
Two Loves Studio is a blog about everything you’d ever want to know about ’the how to of food photography’.
Additional Resources for Photography
The Photo Argus
No photographer is an island. To keep learning and growing, The Photo Argus believes every photographer needs helpful information and inspirational examples. The website brings fresh ideas, useful tips and techniques, and a positive community to connect with. The Photo Argus is a resource for all photographers, novice to advanced.
Thousands of photographers have found a social media home in the networking community of Picture Correct. Active forums and numerous blogs cover a range of interests applicable to photographers of all skill levels. Many active members of Picture Correct are amateurs, and the site offers a great outlet for recent grads or career novices who want to get their feet wet and begin professionally networking.
PopPhoto is a site that anyone interested in the art of photography should bookmark. Reviews and buying guides provide expert gear advice, while the videos and workshops provide great material for practicing and perfecting the craft. The weekly newsletter is one great way to stay abreast of the latest trends in technologies, tools and lessons for photography enthusiasts.
Practical Photography is a magazine turned photography website, first founded in 1959. The magazine includes articles on photographic gear, tips, and techniques. It includes advice and allows you to comment on readers’ photographs. They have reviews about necessary gear and how to use them to capture stunning images.
SF Camerawork provokes discovery, experimentation, and exchange through exhibitions and experiences for all who value new ideas in photography.
Selected Photography Podcasts
The Art of Photography
With just under two years on air, The Art of Photography’s show has rapidly gained a spot among the best photography podcasts available today.
The Beginner Photography Podcast
As you might have guessed, The Beginner Photography Podcast is primarily for newcomers in the field looking to improve their photography skills.
The Candid Frame
Unlike most other photography podcasts, The Candid Frame revolves primarily around interviews with photographers.
Hit The Streets with Valerie Jardin
Despite what its name might suggest, this photography podcast does not entirely revolve around street photography. You’ll actually be able to learn a lot about photography in general, as the show discusses aspects such as ethic codes, creativity sources, and storytelling practices.
As the name Photobomb may have given away, this photography podcast hosted by Booray Perry and Garu Hughes offers a fun, humorous look into all things photography.
Photography Tips from the Top Floor
Introducing one of the very first photography podcasts to ever hit the air.
This Week in Photo
This Week in Photo is a weekly round table discussion of the biggest events and developments in the photography industry.