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10 Visually-Stunning Photography Blogs to Watch

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Remember those days of browsing Tumblr desperately, trying to find something inspiring? Fret no more—we've compiled a list of ten amazing photographers and their blogs that we think you should take a look at.

1. Megan McIsaac: A freelance photographer based in Portland, Oregon, McIsaac captures beautiful everyday images of her hometown (Detroit, Michigan) with subjects that are often her friends and family. Her analog photography is curated in her self-titled blog Megan McIsaac.

2. Alec Dudson: From Manchester, UK, Alec Dudson's stunning visual diary of his travels around the world gives us a new scope in which to look at the world through a foreign eye. Check out his work here.

3. Chris Vidal: Based in Helsinki, Finland, Chris Vidal is a fashion photographer with a sharp eye for vivid portraits and geometric lines. His work has been featured in many independent fashion publications. His blog can be found here.

4. Birgitta Lund: Danish photographer Birgitta Lund studied at the International Center for Photography in New York where she worked for 18 years. A series of photos taken at the Tivoli Gardens in Denmark reflects the tensions between different cultures and nationalities. Her work can be seen here.

5. Brian Ulrich: Photographer Brian Ulrich, the man behind the site Not If But When explores the realism of everyday suburban life in the United States. His Thrift project evokes a raw feeling of realism in suburban thrift stores.

6. Jeff Hahn: Swiss/Chinese photographer Jeff Hahn is a fashion photographer whose work has been in publications like Post magazine and Vice. Based in London, Jeff's well-curated blog entitled Hi, Bye can be found here.

7. Tim Barber: Originally from Amherst, Massachusetts, Tim Barber is a photographer with an impressive resume who's done work for Opening Ceremony and Vogue. On the side, Tim also maintains a blog called Tiny Vices, which is an Internet plattform for emerging photographers. Take a look at his official site here.

8. Mike Brodie: Mike Brodie, also known as the Polaroid Kidd attained success when he was given a Polaroid camera in 2004. Soon after, Brodie traveled around the United States, accumulating a series of analog travel photography. His work can be seen here on his website.

9. Andrew Bush: Based in Los Angeles, Bush's collections have been featured at LACMA and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. His recent work, entitled Vectors, is a collection of portraits of subjects on the road in Los Angeles. His work can be seen here.

10. Michael Schmelling: Michael Schmelling is a photographer based in New York City who often shoots celebrities. His raw approach to portraits has been admired by publications like The Fader and Details. Check out his work here.

David Chen