Top Web Sources For Photography Inspiration

Abduzeedo (Twitter)

Abduzeedo has a huge collection ofphotographyand designinspirationincluding, photoshop tutorials,photographygalleries, photographer interviews, free downloads of Photoshop brushes etc and givaways. The site is beautifully constrcted and easy to navigate and also has a user feed which provides countless links to other similar websites. There is also a ‘DailyInspiration’ post which contains the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo’s writers and users.

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Smashing Magazine(Twitter)

Smashing Magazine is primarily aimed atwebdesigners but often features great hand picked photo galleries.  Photoshop tutorials feature strongly on the website and are a great resources when processing your photographs.  There is also a nice list of the posts on the home page to quickly findphotographyrelated articles.

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Ron DubinPhotography(Twitter)

A great friend of FPR, Ron is a professional landscape photographer based in LA.  His websites features his excellent work and reular posts on his blog.  You can purchase Ron’s work (or win it in his competitions).Ron is also the author of ‘Bolivia – A Journey’ which can be purchased here.I have previously featuredRon’s workand also was lucky enough tointerview himabout his passion and profession.

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Smash & PeasPhotographyBlog(Twitter)

Smash & Peas regularly post great articles and tutorials about everything to do withphotography.  One of the really nice things about Smash & Peas is the huge effort that has obviously gone into the site.  The articles are clearly written and the quality of the site overall is a real testiment to the guys that run it.  Fromnew gadgetsto5 day ’series posts’this is at thetopof my list forinspirationand new ideas!

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Smashing Apps


Smashing Apps is a great place to submit your link to their user feed.  This section is an additionalsourcesofphotographyresource and well worth a look.  As well as loads of design tips they have great galleries of all kinds ofphotography. There are too many categories to list here but some of the great galleries featured on the site are;


Everyone has heard of PSDTuts, its pretty much the No1 Photoshop tutorial site on theweb.  This is a great source ofphotographypost processing tutorials and the user feed also has some great website advertised.

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Noupe is primarily a source for designers and so I use it for the user feed which always has great links tophotographyresources and articles.

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I am quite a new visitor to 10Steps but what I have read so far has been great.  There are some really nice tutorials and galleries and a link feed for additional content from other sites.  Its a very nicely laid out site and easy to navigate and find articles of interest.

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TripwireMagazine (Twitter)

Tripwire is a great source of resource for Photoshop and so especially useful forphotographypost processing.  With tutorials and free downloads this is a definate stop for your ‘finishing touches’ needs!

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We all know Flickr!  It remains one of the bestsourcesofphotographyinspirationon theweband features some incredible photogrphs and photographers!

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PhotographyBlog (Twitter)

Featuring techniques and reviews of the latest camera it is definatley worth a weekly visit to keep up to date with the latest equipment andphotography‘how to’s’.

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Written by Barry Chignell

I believe that advice should be free, with this in mind FPR contains over 600 photography articles covering all areas of the photography world. From wedding photography to HDR and from interviews from retailers to pro photographers. I am always interested to hear from anyone in the profession regarding new and exciting ideas and ventures and am happy to help photographers publicise their work. If you would like to discuss your photography and how FPR can help, email me at

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