Twitter is quickly becoming an interactive RSS reader replacement, I am often finding that all interesting posts in my RSS reader have already been shared on twitter.
So if you are a photography lover in quest for latest gear news, hottest photography articles, or simply inspiration here is a list of 33 twitter accounts that will keep you on the cutting-edge of photography in the blogsphere.
In no particular order here are the 33 must follow twitter photography accounts
I was hypnotized by the mood that settles in Chris Fabbri photo stream, his portrait pictures reflect a unique wild feeling, whether it is people traveling on misty roads, traditionally dressed natives or people meditating and escaping reality.
He also captures the wild jungles birds in a exquisite way. I will leave you to check 10 pictures of his selection. You can find his photostream here . Enjoy
Ben Heine is a painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer; He also studied graphic arts, sculpture and has a degree in journalism !
When you get all those skills mixed up in one person you will get an awe inspiring Flickr stream ( that is the least to say).
I don’t know how Ben managed to choose only 10 pictures out of his amazing collection ! I’ll leave you to check them
Marilyn Bouchard is one of the most unique photographers that I ever had the chance to feature on adidap.
She is a conceptual photographer with a brilliant mind, she makes you stop and think on each photo in her stream.
I will leave you with only 10 pictures of her selection . Her photo stream is a great source for inspiration, don’t forget to visit or join her facebook fan page to stay updated on her work
With all the tsunami talk going on lately, everyone seems to start hating the sea.
This post is a small reminder of how amazing the underwater is and how much we should love it and preserve it.
It is also dedicated to all the diving photographers out there , thanks for sharing this amazing world through your lenses and hats off for all the hard work it takes to take good pictures in such a challenging environment