4 Fashion Blogs With Exciting Photography

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Photo by Jamie Beck via The Glamourai

We all love a good outfit photo, otherwise we probably wouldn't be in this business. But we also have to admit that the photography on fashion blogs can get a little monotonous after a while. Tons of shots of the same outfit on the same street can only take a blogger so far.

But many bloggers have taken their photography a step further and found ways to showcase their outfits in more visually interesting ways. Some have even added photography that features people and things other than themselves! Here are just a few who are kicking the eye candy up a notch.

Lust for Life

22291710674_ea4f85f5a3_cEven when Olivia Lopez isn't shooting at some amazing gallery space, she keeps things interesting with bold graphic backgrounds. Bar3-3-copy-1024x682

Style by Alina

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Alina Dinh has perfected the art of photo editing in her petite fashion blog. Not that she alters her photographs extensively, rather, she has a light touch with great impact. She glows off of the page—and her readers love it so much that she has launched a side business selling her Adobe Lightroom presets (stay tuned for more on that next week!)

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The Petticoat

 New-York-2015-Photo-Diary-The-Petticoat-Signs-24Cristina Fernandez and Siro Garcia always put fashion in context, like these photos taken on a trip to New York City in September. You'll find few (if any) typical outfit photos, and plenty of inspiration. 

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The Glamourai

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Kelly Framel hails from the old guard of fashion blogging, and she has created a site that could compete with any glossy fashion magazine with five times the staff. She regularly collaborates with top models (Joan Smalls was a recent get) and buzzy photographers including Jamie Beck, and she still does regular outfit posts. Yep, she's our hero!

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