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This Last Week in Twitter Photography Trends

This is a new series to the Anthology blog where we dive into the latest trends in the Twitter Photography community from the past week. Have a topic you’d like us to cover? Share below in the comments!


Something New, Something Blue

Professional creator, Josh Pellegrini recently opened a thread for anyone to drop their artwork with something blue in it. These are some of our favorites:

Originally tweeted by AIMOS (@IAMAIMOS) on July 19, 2021.

Love me some blues 💙💦🌊

Originally tweeted by KRL_Photo (@KennethLerose) on July 19, 2021.

Yummmm

Originally tweeted by Magnus Ⓥ (@Magnus919) on July 19, 2021.

Hope these fit 🤙🏼

Originally tweeted by ⒸⒽⓇⒾⓈ (@Frogfish3) on July 19, 2021.

Originally tweeted by Anthony (@amay206) on July 19, 2021.


All About the Verticals

Creator Vince out of Maryland wants nothing but verticals. What do you have?

photographers let me see some vertical photos

Originally tweeted by vince (@_vinpuc) on July 17, 2021.

Vertical you said?

Originally tweeted by Jacob Jackson (@JakeJax315) on July 18, 2021.

Doing portraits, vertical shots are what I do best

Originally tweeted by THROUGHAIDANSLENS (@abaileyphoto) on July 19, 2021.

Kyoto in Spring

Originally tweeted by plan10_ (@plan10_) on July 18, 2021.

I’m not a photographer but I love cars a lot so I have these amazing vertical pics

Originally tweeted by David (@K1__David) on July 18, 2021.


Windy, Windy Roads

Who doesn’t like those long, windy roads that seem to disappear into eternity? Join in on the conversation – and shout out to artist Hayley for this week’s theme!

Texas has some beautiful never ending roads 🤠

Originally tweeted by Ando Kurohige 📸🎮🏳️‍🌈 (@ando_kurohige) on July 17, 2021.

Zigzag road!

Originally tweeted by Mariel Johnsson (@mariiel0) on July 18, 2021.

My favorite road these days!

Originally tweeted by Caleb McKenney (@cmstateofphoto) on July 18, 2021.

M62 motorway light trails

Originally tweeted by Shutterspot (@shutterspot) on July 18, 2021.


Disclaimer: All images seen on this post are property of the respective artists tagged underneath each photo. Anthology neither claims any ownership of these images nor profits from these Twitter trend posts. We strongly invite you to follow and support each of these artists.


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