If LensCulture is one of your go-to websites for discovering global contemporary photographers, you’re doing it right. They cover just about every type of photography out there—from documentary, to abstract, to sports, and always with insightful accompanying text.
VSCO’s Grid is curated by their team of professionals from the personal VSCO pages of its users. We’re not alone when we say this place is home to some of our favorite mobile photos on the web—VSCO has a strong community of creatives as its following.
Lintroller profiles talented emerging and contemporary photographers through blog posts, interviews and photo series. The team’s curators have a knack for picking out intriguing artists.
F-Stop has been around since 2003 publishing bi-monthly online issues. Each issue has a theme, and the featured artists are decidedly talented.
NPR needs no introduction–and their selected photo essays are just as strong as you’d expect. This is one you’ll want to check regularly—both as a visual news source, and because if you’re like us, you probably can’t resist.
Each week, Phases Magazine publishes portfolios from three emerging photographers. You might just find your new favorite photographers while perusing the featured talent.
Peta Pixel has a constant stream of amazing visual stories and interesting news on photography. One of our favorite go-tos. Get ready to spend a *lot* of time perusing this site.
If you’re getting started in your career, want to polish up on some technical skills, or want to hear what the competition is up to, CreativeLive offers free live streaming classes (or, you can pay to watch on your own schedule). The classes are taught by accomplished professionals, and are well executed to be engaging and helpful.
Photos of the week, and important current photo essays will keep you up to date on global events and get you inspired by the photojournalists who shoot them.
The Light Stalking team regularly pens interesting reads, tutorials and photos of the week. They’ve also got an active forum of community members that’s worth checking out.
Feature Shoot features emerging and established photographers’ series of work with insightful commentary. They also call for regular submissions for photo series, round up style. From important yet under-discussed issues to playful portraits, there’s much to be interested by on Feature Shoot.
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