Twitter: 8 Photography Tweets to Follow
First photography went digital and now it has gone Twitter. Twitter is great for getting your information and getting it fast and under 140 words. Here are 8 photography Twitter handles you should start following now, snap to it!
(photo credit: liight)
National Geographic @Natgeo
Probably one of the most popular magazines of all time, National Geographic travels the Earth and brings it readers stories that they never knew existed. Each story is always paired with amazing images and the ‘Photo of the Day’ tweets are worth following.
Adobe Photoshop @Photoshop
A photographer’s best friend and editing partner, Adobe Photoshop is on Twitter and tweets often. Get tips, tricks, news anything and everything photography.
With over one million followers, @LIFE is hosted by @amy_lombard, LIFE’s Assistant Social Media Editor who happens to also be a photographer. LIFE boasts of having the most comprehensive and iconic collection of professional photography on the web.
Fine Art Photography @C4FAP
You want C4FAP on your side; they help emerging and established photography artists through exhibitions and educational programs. Follow now!
Creative Photography @pro4oto
This is a great way to view fellow photographers work and get inspired. With dozens of photos tweeted daily you will have a hard time keeping up.
The fastest growing trend in photography right now has a name, lomography. And the folks at Lomography have said it all in their bio: The largest analogue photography community, site and store in the world!
Photo District News @pdnonline
Based in New York, New York, PDN online tweets breaking news about photography for photographers, they also often have contests online.
Get Photography Jobs @GetPhotograJobs
This one is a no brainer for any photographer. They tweet jobs all across the country for those looking for anything in the photography field, whether it is part time or working in a gallery. Check them out today!
We hope that you liked it and do not forgot to follow skyje also on twitter.
This Guest post is by Christine Kane, a graduate of Communication and Journalism. She enjoys writing about a wide-variety of subjects including internet provider for different blogs. She can be reached via email at: Christi.Kane00 @ gmail.com