10 Inspirational Tumblr Photography Blogs
If you love photography, a better place than Pinterest to look upon photography blogs right now is Tumblr. The social blogging site Tumblr is used for a lot of things: photography quotes, photography blogs, news, and reblogging the Daily What. And more photographers than ever are signing up to Tumblr blogs with its minimalist design and a plenty of free themes which allow you to show off your photos in an appealing way. While some focus on landscape photography or on personal photographers’ projects, some are online scrapbooks and others are all about black and white. Herein we take a look at ten specific ones in random order that each have their own, unique collection. You will discover completely non-pretentious photos that Tumblr photography blogs have to offer.
If You Leave is a online collection of the works of over 600 different young contemporary photographers. The collective captures everyday life like portraits, subjects, and landscapes. Photo above by Nick D. Woods.
T Magazine is New York Times’ culture magazine, and a daily blog that spans the universe of fashion, design, food and travel. The print magazine was launched in August 2004. The Tumblr blog is where they catalog their daily updates and inspirations. Photo above by Sarah Aubel.
Original Photographers has been created to promote and draw more focus towards the hard working creators of original photography on Tumblr by promoting their work. It is made for amauter and pro photographers alike. It’s a great way to bring your works to light.
This is Tumblr blog by Matt Barnes, a Toronto based photographer. On this blog you’ll find lots of inspiring photography, taken by Barnes with interesting stories behind them.
Pictures Of People And Things is the Tumblr of French creative Kramer O’ Neill, a street photographer and founder of the collective strange.rs. The boxheader image of this post has also been made by O’Neill.
Polaroid SF is a photography project that stems from a deep-rooted love of San Francisco. Inspired by everyday things and irresistible spirit of the city, this blog is aimed to create an analog love letter to San Francisco.
Who Pays Photographers is a space to list how much – and how little – magazines, newspapers, websites, NGOs and corporations pay photographers. Editorial, commercial, advertising, entertainment – any and all located in one place. ❚