The Top 10 Photography ranking was last updated 16/11/2016.
Sophie in the Sticks is a photography, fashion and lifestyle blog created by “a girl who lives in rural Norfolk” with a love of nature and the countryside. Sophie in the Sticks displays seasonal photographs taken by Sophie on her countryside walks, including images of beautiful sunsets, rural landscapes, quiet meadows and woodland foraging. To learn more about Sophie, check out our Blogger Spotlight.
Abstract photographer Andy Bell created Deceptive Media almost thirteen years ago to showcase his vivid portfolio. With an eye for abstract design and colourful hues, Andy presents a collection of bold images of objects, skyscrapers, and nature alongside delicate motion pictures which resemble oil paintings.
3. Re: Photo
Capturing political movements and protests, Re: Photo takes a slightly different approach. With a more photo-journalist style, the blog focuses on the power of community spirit and people coming together to campaign for social and political change.
Pete and Laura created Lawson Photography to document their wedding photography, which spans across eleven years. The pair are drawn to wedding photography due to the fact that weddings are “an unpredictable rollercoaster” and each person they shoot reacts to their experience in a unique way. Capturing various wedding settings, engagement shoots and romantic backdrops – the couple ensure their photos are as emotive as the day.
GIRL WITH A CAMERA by Glasgow based Ashley Baxter, presents natural light portrait photography of real life experiences. As well as her blog, Ashley has a popular Instagram with over 80,000 followers. GIRL WITH A CAMERA follows Ashley as she spends time with friends and visits places around Scotland, with her Canon camera in hand.
The London Column by David Secombe captures the raw essence of the City of London, documenting his own photography alongside a variety of photographers’ work. Working with tonal contrasts and shade, David provides pictorial reports from the 1950’s up until now, giving his audience a sense of what life is London was and is still to become.
Allister believes that natural photography is the best when attempting to capture a story. Allister Freeman was created by wedding photographer Allister to share his range of authentic and realistic images. His blog tells the stories of many couples’ special day, with an eye for honing in on the little details – including the setting, backdrop and genuine emotion.
The Photographers’ Gallery Blog contains different styles of photography from a range of photographers which are displayed in their exhibitions. Touching on topics such as feminism, lifestyle, popular culture and fashion, the blog highlights creative projects which are currently available for the public to experience.
South Wales based Chris is the photographer behind Thesilenceofthelens. Taken with his mirrorless Fujifilm X series cameras, Chris takes a discreet and unobstructive approach to his photography. Thesilenceofthelens displays a mixture of wedding, family, and lifestyle photography creating an engaging photo-documentary series.
10. HOLLY MCGLYNN
Fashion photographer Holly McGlynn uses her blog to share her editorial shoots and showcase her projects. As well as posting images of the models she works with, Holly also gives her readers tips on how to take portrait photography in the best light and gives advice on what she’s learnt during her career.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these photography blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.