Top 10 websites featuring new photography
too much chocolate is an online photo exhibition/dialogue space run by photographer Jake Stangel. This site aims to serve and connect editorial, fine art, and commercial photographers all over the internet by focusing on dialogue, support, and exposure within the online photo community. I hope it transfers into real world relationships and photographic growth for its readers.
2. Feature Shoot
Feature Shoot is run by photographer, photo editor and curator Alison Zavos and showcases work from up-and-coming photographers alongside established photographers who have completed a project or whose work has taken on a new direction.
3. American Suburb X
Founded in 2008, AMERICAN SUBURB X is an ever-growing archive and fiercely edited look at photography’s massively relevant past, dramatically shifting present and always unfolding future. Our mission is to provide and provoke, to educate and titillate those who are obsessed with photography and all of its beautiful moving parts.
4. Flak Photo
Flak Photo is a daily photography website that celebrates the art & culture of photography online. Produced by Andy Adams, the site highlights new series work, book projects and gallery exhibitions from an international community of contributors.
LOVETHATPHOTO is an online photography magazine. What moves independent photographers? What inspires them? What influences them? What does photography mean to them? ILOVETHATPHOTO tries to seek answers to these questions and shows the best work of independent photographers. We give photographers the opportunity to display their work on our site. This comes with a short interview and information about the photographer.
Lens Culture is an online magazine celebrating international contemporary photography, art, media, and world cultures.
1000 words is an online magazine dedicated to highlighting the best contemporary photography from the UK and beyond.
aCurator is a full screen magazine featuring photography and art, edited and published by Julie Grahame in New York. Submissions are welcome.
is an evolving journal for emerging photographers. Burn is curated by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey.
our aim is to promote Street Photography and to continue to explore its possibilities, we are a non commercial collective. All the photographers featured here have been invited to show their work because they have the ability to see the unusual in the everyday and to capture the moment. The pictures remind us that, if we let it, over-familiarity can make us blind to what’s really going on in the world around us.