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

@amelialyon
@genehiga
@jimgoldstein
@newmediaphoto
@pixelatedimage
@mattsloan
@leggnet
@wallacephoto
@polaroidgirl
@mestrich
@yanikphoto
@Photomonthly

@pattyhankins
@wearephotogs
@hollymccaig
@ARecintoPhotos
@chromasia
@dantemarshall
@jenbebb
@jeremycharles
@jwilphotos
@photonaturalist
@txheadshots
@wildlifephotog
@PhotographyBB
@stephencharles
@mammothmen
@jessjohnston
@bobdavis_1
@artwolfe
@ChrisKlapheke
@becker
@cdixonphotos
@ckpj99
@cornforthimages
@davegriffin
@glynch
@iameraw
@jrodprod
@king_d
@scottflaherty
@screek
@sdohana
@slvrlambstudios
@smittengreta
@spb2500
@younesbounhar
@garyfong_REAL
@DivePhotoGuide
@aknacer
@bernabephoto
@cdixonphotos
@dhills
@FPblog
@garyhamburg
@iameraw
@jakattack
@jessjohnston
@jrodprod
@jwilphotos
@leesteffen
@melodramababs
@phillprice
@rosie_hardy
@scottelowitz
@tamminowack
@thepioneerwoman
@younesbounhar
@mikecolon
@LoriOsterberg
@AndrewOsterberg
@OurPPA

110 thoughts on “Photographers On Twitter – 80+ Photographers You Should Be Following”

  1. That’s too many. I’d rather just pick a few good ones and keep track of them. Just one of them is enough inspiration to last a lifetime!

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  2. Great and comprehensive list but i also enjoy the various photography tweets of:

    @adamjacobsphoto

    thanks for posting these!!

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  3. Some you forgot
    @skiphunt – great photographer and storyteller
    @pereiraphoto – great photojournalist
    @brucecmoore – great photographer, lots of jazz images
    @intistclair – another great photographer
    @inspiritu – photographer that helps kids
    @dixonhamby – had to add myself, lol

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  4. another great photog is @jenvargas! she always sends cool set photography and things from around florida! cool compositions!!

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  5. I second the inclusion of @jmarkwallace in your list of essentials, and I also think we twitter a mean tweet from time to time. 😉
    Ingrid, @AdoramaPix on Twitter.

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  6. Whew – Thanks everyone for the great tips. Guess we all have a bunch of photogs to follow on Twitter. Keep ’em coming!

    Lori

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  7. What a great list. It’s good to know I was on the right track, as many of these photogs I have alraedy been following. Now I’m off to start following additional ones I didn’t know about! I would be honored if you included my name as well. Thank you!

    @shebawheeler

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  8. You are missing all of the biggest Photographer on twitter such as @TheBigKlosowski @AhhPhotography @str8photography and ourself @GWPStudio all above 30K followers! As well unlike many on your list they follow people back and understand the etiquette of twitter….

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  9. I decided to join twitter not too long ago and didn’t know where to find anyone to follow. I google’d around and found this post and a few others. So I began adding as many photographers and photography related twitter members as much as I can. It’s cool to log on to twitter and see what’s new or what other photographers are up to.

    If anyone is interested, you can follow me here: http://twitter.com/delonchateau
    My blog – http://delonchateau.net/blog

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  10. Why would you want to follow most of these people – look at their following versus followers count. Many don’t return follows so why follow them (exactly why photogs think they are celebrities I do know).

    If you want to follow their tweets just put them in a list.

    Agree w/ Dave365 @photojack has good lists

    Also Greg Wilson makes a good point.

    You are missing all of the biggest Photographer on twitter such as @TheBigKlosowski @AhhPhotography @str8photography and ourself @GWPStudio all above 30K followers! As well unlike many on your list they follow people back and understand the etiquette of twitter….

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  14. What about a 7 figure photographer? @mvpstudios is high volume photography expert, they photograph over 100,000 kids per year and tens of thousands of U.S. Marines with their Marine Corps Ball photography services.

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