A photo-based app deserves some photography-specific love. We've already featured 10 Phoenix artists to follow on Instagram, and we've also talked to local experts about the intersection of photography and technology. Today, we're continuing down this path to bring you some of our favorite Phoenix area photographers to follow on Instagram.
Of course, this list is not meant to be exhaustive. Share some of your favorites with us in the comment section below.10. coryeff
We asked several local photographers about which of their peers had the best Instagram, and multiple people pointed to Corey Fitzgerald. If you only follow one account from this list, let it be this one.9. ryannealcordwell
Ryan Cordwell seems to photograph things and places not of this world. His feed is full of the dreamy, inspirational photos that flood tumblr (and other parts of the blogosphere), but we're not really complaining.8. lynchlunch
If you are looking for a good mix of art shots, slice of life shots, and slice of life art shots, check out Abigail Lynch.7. buckymiller
Bucky Miller is a highly proficient meta-interneter. You either love it or you hate it (we love it).6. cochino
Enrique Garcia AKA Mr PHX captures some really wonderful downtown Phoenix scenes.5. amyrad
Amy Radcliffe takes really gorgeous day-to-day photos. It feels like a lot of people try to make their Instagram look like this, but Radcliffe is actually succeeding.4. apielage
If you like more traditional photojournalism-style photography, Andrew Pielage is our go-to guy. (Full disclosure: He often shoots for New Times.) His nature shots are particularly wonderful.3. mcleodindex
We have featured Michael McLeod before, but it just didn't feel like a complete list of local photogs without him.2. chardarr
Follow Charles Darr for his portrait work -- it's stunning.1. el_rivera
Eduardo Rivera posts really lovely abstract photographs, and also has an adorable dog.
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