50 Striking Examples Of Professional Photos In Twitter Background Design


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Professional photo as a background image can dramatically improve the way your Twitter profile looks and help you to obtain new followers

You can only change a few things in account, so why don’t you put there the best you can. So, let’s change your background image right now like the most famous photographers do!

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I’ve handpicked 50 awesome examples of professional photos in Twitter background design to show off different ways of using image on the profile page.

Moreover, these examples of Twitter backgrounds can become a good inspiration for those photographers who’re thinking about starting Twitter activity or the way to spice up an existing account.

1. Scott Wyden Kivowitz

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2. 500px is Photography

3. Antonio Martez

4. Lara Jade

5. Jonathan Nafarrete

6. Digital Photo Pro

7. Ken Kaminesky

8. John Lund

9. Evaan Kheraj

10. White House News Photographers Association

11. desianwar

12. Adam Bouska

13. Blair Bunting

14.Steve Blake

15. Modern Art Gallery

16. DJ Scoop

17. Damien Morley

18. Quavondo

19. Alvin Nguyen

20. Igor Vasiliadis

21. Lawrence Chan

22. MIke Luter

23. Mario Sixtus

24. JasmineStar

25. StevenTaylor

26-Scott-Harrison

27. Mila Milan

28. Jonavennci Divad

29. Caroline Mueller

30. Johan Rheborg

31. Mac Faulkner

32. Ville Miettinen

33. Damira Maricic

34. Robert Caplin

35. Roger Moenks

36. Tampa Band Photos

37. TamaraLackey

38. Catherine Hall

39. Damien Franco

40. Lindsay Adler

41. Jim Goldstein

42. Deborah Lee

43. Juergen Buergin

44. Tyler Whitacre

45. Travel/Food/Events

46. photoframd

47. Chris Crisman

48. Cris Mitchell

49. Marty McPadden

50. Leigh Caraccioli

Do You Have Creative Twitter Background?

I’m pretty sure that I’ve missed out a lot of great backgrounds. Thus, feel free to share a link to your Twitter profile in the comments below and show off your own background.

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  • http://www.jimcunninghamphoto.com Photography Pittsburgh

    thank you for these tips. i’ll bookmark this page for future use.

  • Mike_Luter

    Just saw your tweet about this… very inspirational stuff.

    • http://www.facebook.com/nancy.youngg Nancy Young

      I hope you retweeted it ;) I’m kidding :) Thank you a bunch!

  • Joe Marselo
    • http://www.facebook.com/nancy.youngg Nancy Young

      Great background image, Joe! Thanks for sharing! ;)

  • http://twitter.com/Carltonaut Jason M. Carlton

    After seeing the great examples here, I created one for my Twitter feed. Thanks for the inspiration. https://twitter.com/Carltonaut

    • http://www.facebook.com/nancy.youngg Nancy Young

      sure, you’re always welcome :)

  • http://twitter.com/PhotoLarissa PhotoLarissa Marks

    Some cool stuff here! Thanks for sharing. I’d welcome input on my ‘work in progress’! https://twitter.com/photolarissa

    • http://www.facebook.com/nancy.youngg Nancy Young

      Thanks, Larissa! Fantastic image! I will include your background in my next showcase, no worries ;)

  • http://blazingminds.co.uk/ BlazingMinds

    One of the best moves I ever made with twitter was to get my background and headers done with a pro photographer that I work with at events, it gives the Twitter page a much better look and works very well with those visiting twitter.

    • http://www.facebook.com/nancy.youngg Nancy Young

      Yes, I do agree with you, Twitter background image chanches the mood of your page and makes people to follow you and come back :)

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