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Best Photography Sites

How Awards are chosen
Award winners determined using an algorithm that takes into account website popularity measured by traffic and the quantity and quality of reviews over a 12-month period
1

Adobe

photoshop cc is the best image editing software I know. And since they got the monthly subsctiption at a reasonable price for photographers, it's easy to get. Everyone is a little bit photographer these days, but not everyone needs such tools. If you do, then photoshop is great.
2

flickr

very easy to use, convenient and simple. i like the quality and the option to choose from different usage rights when you are searching. great for photographers who want to have a quality portfolio but not ready to invest a lot.
Incredible place to go to for inspiration and socializing with other artists. Definitely recommended!
Very easy way to shop and have your questions answered about the products. I have purchased several items from B&H over the years. &H
I will give them a 5 because of Tiffany she knew what she was doing and assist anted me with the photo book I order that one of the pictures wasn't right. I called previous and spoke to a gentleman and explained the problem and he assured me it would be corrected but it was not. I called and...
6

500px

Need some inspiration? Visit 500px. This site became for me an everyday place ti review. Tones of pleasure and ideas.
an outstanding website - It dosn't matter what skill level you are Digital Photography Review is an awsome site for information and networking If you are going to buy a camera then you better check this site out first
I had a very good experience with these guys. Thanks
Popular Photography is my second favorite magazine, if he can become more free subscription, then I would first like to introduce some free or activities, but still very optimistic about his future because his photo quality is very high
Samy's photo blog always has great articles with tips and tricks on cameras, shooting in specific places, photoshop editing, and more. It's a great resource for young (and old) photographers looking to get some free advice!