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Five Photography Blogs We Can’t Get Enough Of

Whether you are an amateur photographer or a professional, we can all stand to learn a little from each other. Blogs are a great way to draw inspiration, learn new techniques and stay informed on current trends and innovations in the industry.

These are our top five photography blogs that we love and hope you will too!

1. Everything Everywhere by Gary Arndt

everything everywhere blog travel photo

Photo courtesy of Everything Everywhere.

Gary Arndt sold his house in 2007 and began Everything Everywhere to document his photographic journey around the world.

So far he’s been all over the world, visited over 175 countries and territories. He has been named Travel Photographer of the Year by both the Society of American Travel Writers and the North American Travel Journalists Association.

Gary is self-taught and spends a lot of time on Everything Everywhere passing on what he’s learnt about travel photography to those just starting out. His fan base has only grown and he can boast 100,000 followers on Twitter.

His story is inspirational and his blog, which reads like a personal diary, makes you want to follow in his footsteps, pack up, grab your camera and go on an adventure.

2. Joe McNally

man playing guitar from joe mcnally blog

Photo courtesy of Joe McNally.

Joe McNally is a renowned photographer who has been working in the industry for decades. His blog is fantastic for drawing on some inspiration. If you wanted to know what your professional photography blog should look like, Joe McNally’s is a great example.

Joe knows how to tell the story behind his photographs as well, so for beautiful photography and interesting stories, look no further than this blog.

His blog has many loyal followers who appreciate his photography and his ability to captivate readers. As a bonus, he effortlessly explain concepts to those interested in photography themselves.

3. Photofocus by Scott Bourne

eagle in sky on photofocus blog

Photo courtesy of Photofocus.

Scott has been writing about photography on Photofocus since 1998 which is certainly a long time for a blog. Photofocus is highly recommended by many in the industry, with Scott undoubtedly one of the most popular photographers on the internet.

Whether you are an amateur or a professional, there is a huge library of posts to learn from and many useful resources on Photofocus.

Scott has a lot of useful advice and tries to offer a plethora of tips and tricks that can help every kind of photographer. He also reviews products and interviews celebrated photographers for added inspiration.

4. Jasmine Star

italian wedding by jasmine star

Photo courtesy of Jasmine Star.

Jasmine Star is a wedding photographer who runs a sophisticated blog that provides advice on the business of photography, from profitability to Instagram. She engages her audience through Facebook, Twitter and her blog.

She’s in American Photo Magazine’s Top 10 Wedding Photographers and PDN Magazine finds her to be one of the most influential photographers in the biz.

Jasmine’s gorgeous blog has a lot to offer; her posts are inspiring and she’s not afraid to speak candidly. Her blog is perfect for anyone looking to turn professional.

There are posts on how to photograph bridesmaids and how to relax during peak seasons. There is even a post on how to write blog posts for your own blog!

5. DED PXL by Zack Arias

photograph by ded pxl

Photo courtesy of DED PXL.

Commercial and editorial photographer Zack Arias began the blog DED PXL to offer entertaining and enlightening posts that will assist anyone passionate about photography really develop their skills.

Check out the Learn tab on the website to find a collection of tutorials and informative posts that will take your photography skills to the next level. The Buyer’s guides offer great recommendations about the sort of gear you might want to invest in.

Once again you’ll find enough information to get you on the road to a professional career as photographer.

Once you’ve been inspired and enlightened by these great blogs, be sure to return to our online store for the best equipment to get your head in the photography game!

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