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9 Websites Every Photographer Should Know

Written by on April 02, 2012

After we published a blog post about 6 slideshows every photographer should know, we thought of 9 websites every photographer should know and visit/use on a regular basis. Here they come:

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1. Flickr ( Upload and share your own photos and discover photos of other users.

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2. Freeimages ( A stock photography website with over 400,000 free photos. Browse other people’s photos for inspiration and upload your own photos to increase their database.

3.Smashing Magazine ( A blog for web designers and developers. However, it is also quite interesting for photographers for inspiration.

4. Slideshare ( You can share more than only Power Point slides on You can also share documents, images and videos.

5. WordPress ( Probably the best-known blogging system in the world. If you haven’t started a blog with your own photography so far, then now is the time to do it!

6. Tumblr ( Tumblr is a microblogging platform which we would describe as being inbetween a full-blown blogging system such as WordPress and a social network such as Twitter.

7. deviantART ( DeviantART is a community of designers, photographers and creatives.

8. Dropbox ( Dropbox offers free and paid backup space for your pictures. The free version allows you to upload up to 2 GB of files. However, if you invite friends and do some promotions which are explained on the Dropbox website you can easily increase the free space. Paid plans start at $10/month and offer up to 100 GB ($20/month).

9. Twitter ( Twitter can help you to connect to other photographers and promote your own work and photography blog.

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