Lensculture features essays, slideshows, audio and visual interviews and incisive criticism, making it one of the most authoritative and wide-ranging sites.
1000 Words Photography is the online blog of the magazine of the same name, edited by Tim Clark. It focuses almost exclusively on cutting-edge contemporary photography, as well as running regular workshops with name photographers.
Conscientious Contemporary fine art photography discussed and dissected by Jörg Colberg, writer and critic. For longer articles and interviews by Colberg and various guest writers, check out his Conscientious Extended website.
Foam is the online site for Amsterdam's Foam magazine and art gallery, which specialises in contemporary art photography.
British Journal of PhotographyUnder the editorship of Simon Bainbridge, the BJP has been transformed into a forum for information, debate and critical writing, as well as the place for in-depth advice on cameras, lenses and digital technology.
Daylight Documentary and conceptual photography are explored on this non-profit making organisation's website. Daylight also publishes photobooks.
Source Photographic Review This Belfast-based magazine features news, reviews and columns on contemporary photography, as well as a regular column exploring photography in advertising.
Photoworks commissions photography, publishes a magazine, and organises the Brighton Photo Biennial.
Open Eye Liverpool's newly redesigned Open Eye's main exhibition, from 7 December, will be A Lecture Upon the Shadow, featuring artists from the north-west and Shanghai.
The Photographers' Gallery The capital's premier site for contemporary photography and host to the annual Deutsche Börse prize has a great bookshop and print sales room, as well as regular events, workshops and book signings. Currently showing Shoot! Existential Photography and Tom Wood: Men and Women.
Michael Hoppen Gallery This Chelsea gallery specialises in contemporary and classic photography. Showing the work of acclaimed young photographer Lucas Foglia until 1 December.
Ffotogallery Founded in 1978, Ffotogallery in Penarth is currently showing an installation by Jo Longhurst.
Foto8 A London gallery and screening room devoted to exhibiting the best new documentary and photojournalism. Until 23 November, it will be hosting the BJP's International Photography award exhibition.
Impressions Gallery Now 40 years old, Bradford's Impressions Gallery continues its commitment to show contemporary photography that "gets you looking, thinking and talking". A group show, Roads to Wigan Pier, runs until January 2013.
Brancolini Grimaldi Opened in 2011, Brancolini Grimaldi is a spacious central London gallery devoted to contemporary – and often conceptual – photography by the likes of Lise Sarfati, Jackie Nickerson and Dan Holdsworth. It's currently showing a group show, There's Something Happening Here.