There are thousands of photographers online nowadays and as a result it’s so much harder for anyone to make a real impression on people. With all these photography resources at our disposal, I think there’s a real threat of information overload! So I’ve taken the liberty of listing out my favourite inspirational photographers. Of course there are hundreds more, but I only have so much room on this blog :)

These photographers really take creativity and execution to another level in my book. These are the guys who’s blogs you need to be subscribing to if you’re not already, because you’ll not only be inspired every week but you’ll probably learn something too.

  1. Dave Hill

    First up is Dave Hill. The ‘Dave Hill look’ has become a sensation among photographers online as we all try and figure how exactly this amazing photographer achieves his unique style.  Dave Hill’s meticulous photo-shoots are extraordinary and his quality work can be found posted on many a blog and forum and being discussed ad nauseum.

    Dave Hill

    Dave Hill

  2. Chase Jarvis

    Chase Jarvis produces some beautiful commercial photography, but what I really love is his blog which is just a wealth of information for photographers.

    Chase Jarvis

    Chase Jarvis

  3. Vincent LaForetEver since I saw Vincent LaForet give a talk a couple of years ago, I’ve been a big fan of his work. He’s introduced hundreds of photographers to the HD capabilities of digital SLRs through his popular blog, and his movies rival his photos sometimes!

    LaForet

    LaForet

  4. Sean Flanigan See #5

    Sean Flanigan

    Sean Flanigan

  5. Justin Demers

    Sean Flanigan and Justin DeMers are hands down the best wedding photographers I’ve ever seen. They have a beautiful distinct retro style of photography and have an uncanny ability to capture amazing moments. I go through through their portfolios and blogs for hours.

    Justin Demers

    Justin Demers

  6. Strobist Strobist.com is a massively popular free resource run by David Hobby. It teaches you anything and everything about flash photography and is an incredibly important resource for photographers looking to try creative shoots without expensive strobes.

    Strobist website

    Strobist website

So that’s my 6. I’m sure not everyone will agree with me, and I’m sure I missed a few. Let me know if you can think of anyone else who should be on this list.

Just a note, all pictures above are screenshots of each photographer’s website and they own all copyrights.

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