Photography by Eliot Shepard, Lookers series.
The wonderful thing about the internet is the enormous amount of information one can find nowadays. Gallery hopping is not just something you can only do in NYC, Toronto, Chicago, or wherever white walls are, it is easily a click away. I use online photographic galleries for inspiration when I'm snowbound in Syracuse during the school year or even on rainy days in the city. I've compiled a list of some photographic "magazines"/"galleries" that I frequent.
Jen Bekman Represented Artists Page is a fabulous place to start. Each artist shows samples of their work plus statements and bios. Even if you're in Hong Kong, you can check out the site to see new and emerging artists right from the gallery.
Mooncruise is a great website. The navigation is easy since it's flash-based. It compiled a range of different photographers, from students to established.
Look at Me is a site that features a collection of found images. It's like looking through old photographs at a flea market. Great inspiration to making work about family portraits.
Blir is for emerging artists of all kind. Small curated shows featuring photographers, painters, and illustrators.
If there are other noteworthy websites, please leave a comment or drop me an email at email@example.com