As many – those who are upset or angry – wander the web looking for a Flickr replacement, we would like to offer our thoughts. We’ve compiled this list of our three favorite photo communities. We discuss what we like and dislike about each.
Browsing: Found On the Web
Found articles, tips, inspiration and syndication of off-site articles and blogs.
I’m about to introduce you to a Flickr group known as Get Pushed. It’s a challenge oriented group that really got me thinking outside of the box. I of course want to tell you all about my experiences, but I also want to show you just how beneficial sub-cultures, like this group, can be for your photography. Read on to hear about my adventures in the Get Pushed group.
National Geographic – the widely acclaimed organization and journal – is the definitive source of photography inspiration. But even if you’re not subscribed to their iconic magazine, you can get your daily dose of National Geographic inspiration through their Photo of the Day corner of their website. Read on to learn more about the National Geographic Photo Of The Day. Prepare to be inspired.
If you love photography, but don’t like the current offerings for photo sharing, 500px might be just the site for you. 500px, a photo sharing community designed for real photogaphers, is an up-and-coming site with lots of great features. We’ll tell you all about the site, it’s great features and why we think you’ll like the site as well.
For your weekend inspiration, we bring you the website (blog and galleries) of Singapore street photographer Danny Santos II. His unique style and talents are sure to inspire any weekend shooter.
“Photo-sharing for pictures taken where you are not allowed to take them.” SNP is a great website dedicated to all of the photos that should not have been taken.
A new and interesting concept for photo competition: Photo Battle. Photobattle.me is a site dedicated to facing off photos in pairs. Statistics are kept, inspiration is rampant and fun ensues. Read on to check out an overview of the site.
Many of us have been talking of doing photo projects for the new year. For example, I will be doing a Photo 365 Project called No Words. Other’s have mentioned casually that they were doing similar projects – either in comments here at Shutter Photo, on Flickr or via Twitter. I of course would like to follow as many of your projects as possible, and I’m sure others would like to do the same. So if you are doing a Photo 365 project, or something similar, reply to to this post and tell us where we can find it. Feel free to mention your blogs and websites as well.
Today, we introduce you to Iniwoo, a website all about art inspiration. They have a healthy Photography section, but you’ll find inspiration in their many sections dedicated to all sorts of artistic mediums. Read on to learn about Iniwoo.
Photography and music go hand-in-hand. Some of our most well-known musical icons are forever preserved in iconic photography. This Abduzeedo inspired post brings you my true path to photography, and discusses how photography helped to raise the musical icon.