There's a whole load of amazing websites and blogs to discover. Here are a few of our favoroute links for inspiration!

Burn Magazine
Burn is an evolving journal for emerging photographers curated by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey. Burn features an online store, photography submissions, workshops and regular new content.


Home to professional photography websites, Photoshelter uses their blog space for resources, inspirations, gear reviews, news and business.


Part of Adobe, Behance features inspirational projects and opportunities from across the creative industry.



A collection of inspirational photography projects from photographers all across the globe.


Showcasing outstanding images and engaging projects through print and digital downloads.
The Law Tog
An endless sorce of resources for photographers ranging from contracts, marketing, reviews and tutorials. Well worth a visit to brush up your knowledge
British Journal of Photography
BJP-online features photography projects from around the globe, publishes new stories daily, resources and a monthly printed magazine
Get inspired with incredible photos from diverse styles and genres around the world.
Phases showcases the work of various photographers across multiple genres. Incredrible simple and photo-focused with regular updates
Beers and Beans
Stories and adventures from around the world by Beth and Randy
Feature Shoot
Showcasing the work of established photographers, Feature Shoot focuses on featuring photo stories across several categories. Print swaps, interviews, online exhbitions and opportunties
Zack Arias
For over twenty years, Zack has been an established photographer. On his blog you’ll find a variety of workshops, tutorials and resources.
Killer Lightroom Tips
Exactly as the site is called: Killer Lightroom tips, a photographers best friend. Find here a whole range of tutorials and presets to bring your Lightroom knowledge up to scratch.


An online platform documenting the journey of photography graduates from UK based courses. Photograd's aim is to showcase, support, and encourage both older and more recent graduates, and provide an incentive to continue making work which we feel can become lost post university