I was reading the Fstoppers.com website the other day and came across a cool article called “The Top 48 Photographers To Follow On 500px“. The whole list isn’t all just landscape and outdoor, but there’s a good bit of it. And the other genre’s that made the list have some beautiful work as well.
If you’re not a fan of 500px, you really need to check it out. For me, it’s one place I know I can go to to find gorgeous work just about all of the time. Sure there’s some work on there that’s not, but the way 500px works is they have a Flow section that’s made from people you follow. And there’s a Popular, Fresh, Upcoming, and Editors Choice section as well. So the combination of those areas of the site make it so you see the best of the best work that’s on there. Plus, once you work past some of the extremely corny names of some photos ;), there’s usually a nice story about the photo, along with the photo info and sometimes even the location.
Anyway, here’s the link to the Fstoppers article and here’s a link to my 500px.com profile if you want to check it out. Have a good one!
Thanks for sharing Matt. Do you have a typical preference when printing large landscape photos? Glossy, lustre, metallic?
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