Last week I made a list of 10 of my favorite photographers to follow on Fstoppers and a few people complained that too many of them were "portrait" photographers. I've scoured the community again and today I've created a new list with 10 incredible, additional photographers who shoot much more than your average portrait.
"Following" a photographer or writer on Fstoppers is extremely easy. Simply click on their name, visit their profile, and click the "follow" button, right next to their name. You will be notified when photographers you are following have uploaded a new picture or published a new article on Fstoppers.
Now that you know how to follow these photographers, let's go down the list.
Roman just recently joined the Fstoppers community and I would venture to say that he has the best automotive portfolio of anyone on this site at this point. Even if you aren't a "car guy" you will be able to appreciate his work.
Brian's product work has really made an impression on me. In some of his most memorable shots he has combined fire and smoke with his products to produce some unforgettable finished images.
Dennis has been on the community for quite some time and his work has an incredibly unique style. I want to hang his pictures on the walls of my house and I want him to teach me how in the world he creates this super stylized "look."
I've been keeping an eye on Kendra's work for quite some time. Last year I went out on a limb and asked her if she would like to write for Fstoppers and I'm so glad that she agreed. If you enjoy fashion/beauty photography, you will want to follow her work.
I just recently ran across Peter's travel portfolio and I instantly became a fan. Peter's work, fantastic post production, and interesting angles make his images stand out amongst so many other mediocre landscape shots.
I met Jeroen randomly in Holland last year. Jeroen and his business partner are in their 20s and they are already shooting photos and videos for international brands ad campaigns. You'll want to stay on top of what these incredible shooters do next.
Felix has an incredibly diverse portfolio. He has made a name for himself shooting realistic images of toys (see below) but he also has some world class composite work and some amazing lifestyle images as well.
Nazar's Coke Cola shot is probably my favorite product shot on this entire website. His lighting, post processing, and overall attention to detail makes his shots jump out at you. I'm excited to see what he creates next.
Food photography can be extremely hard, especially when you are trying to capture extremely complex scenes. Sebastian has an amazing range of both small food plates and ultra complex tables.
Kim Smith has an incredible architectural portfolio. While many photographers today are creating very contrasty lighting composites, Kim's images have a gorgeous natural tone to them. Nothing feels fake or out of place. If you appreciate this genre as much as me, you'll certainly want to follow her work.
We are making it a goal to share more and more of YOUR work on Fstoppers. If you think your images are worth sharing, create a profile, upload them to your portfolio and if they are good, I guarantee I will see them. I search through newly uploaded images almost every single day.
If you've uploaded pictures but you don't seem to be getting any views or ratings I would highly suggest joining our "critique" group. There you can post your work and get feedback instantly without having to be "discovered."