Best Photography Blogs: 7 You Need to Check out in 2019
The age of the Internet has created a world in which digital content and online photography matter. Since most things on the web are fueled through image oriented, visual content, it is now a big business to produce images. Today’s top photographers showcase their talent through more than dulled, mass-produced images we see day-to-day.
Discover how the top 7 photography blogs are full of life-altering images which cause viewers to pause from the hustle and bustle. The blogs on our list will give you a sneak peek of 2019’s best photography, along with each photographer’s list of “how to’s,” as well as having reviews and articles that are regularly updated.
Best Photography Blogs of 2019
Joe McNally: http://blog.joemcnally.com/
Joe McNally does more than armchair travel. He is a photographer of the world, and his client list is as broad as his travels, incorporating many international brands. Followers and enthusiast of his photography enjoy hearing about his trips, anecdotally, and picking up tips for their photography use!
The Sartorialist: http://www.thesartorialist.com/
As street photography begins to dominate, “The Sartorialist” is bridging fashion photography into the lives of everyday people – most of whom don’t want to read ordinary fashion magazines. Almost like reality television, in image form, ordinary people are shown out and about. Another fun feature is when they explain why they chose their fashion and outfit.
Feature Shoot: https://www.featureshoot.com/
“Feature Shoot” doesn’t shy away from the unconventional, including talk of loss and the juxtaposition of images you wouldn’t normally associate together. The writing is interesting, and the articles are something you’ll want to read over morning coffee, as any clickbait lives up to its title!
Richard Bernabe: https://www.richardbernabe.com/blog/
If you spend any time reading about top photographers, Bernabe is a name you’ll probably recognize. His photography blog makes it clear he is well traveled and deserves accolades. His emphasis is on news and culture, while his blog lets one learn his passions and photography practices.
Two Loves Studio: https://twolovesstudio.com/
Are you feeling hungry already? Two Loves Studio is food in action, as a photographer, Rachel, lets you see the results of talent combined with food photography. Learn from the best in the biz as she discusses the business of food photography, her masterclass, lenses, tripods, and other techniques.
Chase Jarvis: http://www.chasejarvis.com/blog/
Chase Jarvis’ creativity stands out from the page and lets you have a bird’s eye view into creating the best and most innovative images. Reading interviews with the subjects in his photographs is interesting, as well as conversations with others in his field!
David duChemin: https://davidduchemin.com/
David duChemin’s blog is popular because, in addition to terrific travel photography, you’ll learn about his personality and work as a humanitarian (worldwide). In one blog, you’ll find interviews with other photographers, world news, and an assortment of people focused news.
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