These are some of our fave Liverpool photography accounts on social media
This is our round up of some of the best photographers showcasing Liverpool through a lens.
When your city looks this good, why wouldn’t you want to photograph very square inch of it? Liverpool has a stunning cityscape with breath-taking architecture, a world class waterfront and parks that knock our socks off all year round. From the instantly recognisable Liver Birds and Royal Albert Dock to colossal ships on the Mersey, festival crowds and film crews, there’s always something to capture, sun rise to twilight.
We’ve rounded up some of our fave Liverpool photography social media accounts that, if you love our city and it’s amazing people as much as we do, you should give a follow right now.
Which one is your favourite?
1 – @angelcakepics
Vauxhall 1987 Liverpool pic by rob bremner pic.twitter.com/RG62kaRFkJ
— AngelCakeLIVERPOOL (@angelcakepics) August 3, 2018
Get on Twitter and follow @angelcakepics to see pictures of Liverpool from down the decades. We’re talking overhead railway, Paisley hey day, Dingle Streets and 80’s fashion like this one above. G’wed Vauxhall!
2 – @snackophagus
Liverpool photographer and video maker, Chris Law or @snackophagus as he’s known on Instagram, captures our city in full technicolour glory. Check out his incredible pics of sunsets across the city.
3 – @honeyishrunklpool
We worked with Honey I Shrunk Liverpool creator, Cathryn Appleton earlier this year as her ingenious mini figures take our familiar city scenes to a whole new level. We can’t pick a favourite @honeyishrunkliverpool image, they’re just too clever!
4 – @liverpoolimages (Pictured above too)
— Dave Wood (@liverpoolimages) July 31, 2018
One of the most experienced and talented photographers we’ve had the pleasure of meeting, continues to blow our minds with his incredible photos. Follow Dave Wood @liverpoolimages to see real time images of our city that burst with life and colour.
5 – @snapperlane
— Colin Lane (@snapperlane) July 24, 2018
Colin Lane, Chief Photographer at the Liverpool Echo must know this city like the back of this hand and alongside providing real time images for news, @snapperlane captures film sets, beach days and absolute corkers like this one above, as standard.
6 – @liverpoolbestphoto
If you’re a fan of discovering up and coming photography talent, give @liverpoolbestphoto a follow on Instagram as it picks out the best images emerging from the city on a daily basis. We love this moody St George’s Hall pic from @the.skywaspink
7 – @100tdale
He may have only been posting his amazing photography on Instagram for a few months, but we think @100tdale is definitely one to watch. Putting his Canon 750D to good use and shooting familiar city scenes with a whole new perspective is what he does best. Can anyone guess the location above?
8 – @dogsofliverpool
We adore dogs here at The Guide Liverpool and spend way too much time ‘awwwwwing’ at the cute four legged locals. So naturally we’re promoting @dogsofliverpool as a ‘must follow’ social media account. Beautiful pooches in gorgeous locations around the city. What’s not to like?
9 – @spikeysnapperjay
Freelance photographer Jason Roberts is like a ninja. He’s always in the right place at the right time and captures moments of sheer elation and quiet contemplation resulting in images that give us goosebumps. Follow him @spikeysnapperjay on Instagram and prepare for feels.
10 – @keliasphotogra1
— Keliasphotography (@Keliasphotogra1) August 1, 2018
Kevin Elias is a master of light and his photography proves it. His top pic images just from July 2018 were enough to catch our eye as well as beautiful beach scenes from Crosby and the iconic gates at Anfield. Follow him @Keliasphotogr1 on Twitter for more.
11 – @Blue22_photography
Photographer Andy Horrocks has captured some brilliant real life images of Liverpool life. From wheelie-pulling Uber Eats cyclists to tourists on the waterfront and lunch breaks in the sun. We love his honest take on life in the city. Give @Blue22_photography a follow on Instagram.