It is always important for us to diversify the kinds of voices that we’re following, listen to Black stories, see the world through different lenses. That’s what photography is all about.

We’ve been following some of these creators for years or months, and others for just a few weeks.

Let’s take a look at 10 Black photographers that are out here doing amazing work!

1. Aundre Larrow | @aundre

We love seeing Aundre Larrow on our feed! Aundre is an incredible storyteller and powerful portrait taker, the talent is unreal! Take this shot, for example, that shows a glimpse inside a Birmingham, Alabama barbershop.

2. Audrey Woulard | @kidsandthecity

Not many portrait photographers can master creating soft light in a busy city, but here comes Audrey Woulard! What’s not to love about her style? Definitely a must-follow on our list!

3. Ike & Tash | @ikeandtash

Ike and Tash are a dynamic duo and a force to be reckoned with in the content creation sphere. We would highly suggest taking a scroll through their feed. Meet their beautiful family-owned business below!

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We are so thrilled to see so many new faces on here!⁣ ⁣ So we thought we’d introduce ourselves for all of our new friends…⁣ ⁣ ▪️We are a husband & wife duo that specializes in basically every aspect of photography: wedding, engagement, families, portrait, seniors, influencer content creation, and sometimes dabble with editorials. 📷 ⁣ ⁣ ▪️We are based out of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. 🌲 ⁣ ⁣ ▪️We have two AMAZING daughters that are the center of our world, Wisdom & Courage. You can read all about them and the meaning behind their names over on the blog @itstashhaynes. 🙌🏾⁣ ⁣ ▪️ Ike YouTube’s and Tash blogs, yet we still find time to travel around the world as much as we can, whether it’s for teaching, speaking, or just a family vacay. ✈️ ⁣ ⁣ ▪️We’re passionate about sharing, investing and growing the industry, and that’s why we’ve worked so hard to offer educational resources and experiences for our fellow photogs and entrepreneurs.⁣ ⁣ Thank you for being here! We hope to get to know you all a bit better too! So sound off in the comments and tell us:⁣ ⁣ ☝🏾how’d you stumble across our page? ⁣ ⁣ ✌🏾one fun fact about yourself! ⁣ ⁣ #amplifymelanatedvoices #supportblackownedbusinesses #blackcreatives

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4. Michael Young | @mgyoungphotography

Michael Young has a unique talent for capturing stillness in busy settings. Just look at this adorable father-son moment! If you enjoy street photography or architectural shots, follow Michael!

5. Anthony Peterson | @aptheangel

Anthony Peterson (@aptheangel) has something that is rare to come by in the photography world—originality. His work absolutely blows our socks off!

6. Campbell Addy @campbelladdy

Campbell Addy is not afraid to take risks, show off personality, or effortlessly infuse style into his work. Follow his Instagram for an example of what it means to be innovative!

7. Dr. Tomayia Colvin | @tomayiacolvin

Tomayia Colvin has created incredible communities for Black photographers to thrive, connect, share tips, and celebrate. She is a leader with vision, and we highly encourage you to listen up!

8. Dana Scruggs | @danascruggs

We’ll just let this post by Dana Scruggs speak for itself. Excellence!

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2020’s version of For Us By Us is the @seeinblackproject, a new collective of Black photographers that is using the power of our work to dismantle white supremacy and systematic oppression. We’re all contributing to the cause by offering prints, at the accessible price of $100, in order to fund initiatives that support Black advancement, civil rights, arts education, intersectionality, community building, and criminal justice reform. Click the link in my bio if you’d like to buy a 14×11 print of my work (I’ve contributed the above image) or of the 79 other talented and prolific Black photographers who’ve contributed images to this cause. 100% of the profits will go to the organizations tagged in this post. #seeinblackproject #endwhitesupremacy #endracism

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9. Idris Talib Solomon| @idrissolomon

Idris Talib Solomon’s work ranges from brand advertisements, sharing stories in the Black community, filmmaking, and more. You also may recognize his name from the time we had him on our guest blog!

10. Celesia Stanton | @celesiastanton

Celesia Stanton is a blessing to our feed. She’s not only an incredible wedding photographer, she has no qualms about sharing her truth. The photography industry needs more voices like hers! If you’re in Minneapolis, book her for wedding or engagement shoots. And come on, that smile is just contagious!

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Ahhh California has already been so good to me!!! Yesterday I had the opportunity to shoot a couples session at an epic location, and while I’m still riding that high, I’m ready to gear up for the rest of what this trip has to offer!! 😍 Today, Olivia and I will be doing some hiking and head up to Griffith observatory, and tomorrow, I’m headed to @hustleandflowofficial , a business workshop put on by some of the coolest and realest photographers in the game! Plus, I get to meet @evierupp , (my photog idol) because she’ll be capturing behind the scenes for the workshop!! The level of excitement is unreal you guys. And I haven’t even tried @roscoesofficial chicken and waffles yet, so clearly the best is yet to come! ❤️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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Each one of these talented humans contributes their own powerful voice to this industry and deserves to be recognized.

We hope that you found some new favorite photographers on this list, and send love and support their way!