Photographers On Twitter – 80+ Photographers You Should Be Following

New to Twitter and not sure what to do or who to follow? Here’s a list of 80+ photographers on Twitter to help get you started.Photography Twitter Links

We went out with a recent question to our followers, asking what photographers they follow. Below is the list based on your responses. The first 19 listed below were the overwhelming responses we heard over and over again, and all had well over 2000 followers. While this isn’t meant to be a complete list of all photographers, this will give you a great place to start.

Have any additional suggestions? We welcome your additions below in our comments.

@photojojo – I love the Photojojo blog to find the unusual when it comes to photography stuff

@acmephoto – Adam Nollmeyer talks photography in a great way – I love his tweets

@photojack – Jack Hollingsworth has a ton of resources and ideas to share with you

@chasejarvis -Follow Chase through his daily iPhone photos

@jeremycowart – Check out Jeremy’s Twitter page – amazing images

@joemcnallyphoto – Joe is a long time photojournalist

@kevinkubota – Kevin Kubota is an inspirational photographer, and shares a ton of ideas

@ricksammon -Author of several books related to photography

@scottbourne – Scott does a ton of different things related to the photography industry

@TreyRatcliff – I love Trey’s HDR images

@whoisariston – A portrait photographer specializing in glamour and models

@zarias – A music photographer from Atlanta

@strobist -A great source for learning more about flash techniques

@FredEgan – Fred Egan is a lifestyle wedding and portrait photographer

@imageisfound – Imageisfound talks all about photography – half of a great husband and wife team

@TheLightroomLab – Tips and tricks for photographers who use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

@photoshoptips -Our very own Photoshoptips – a great place to get resources for everything Adobe Photoshop



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