Blog Profiles: Female Photographer Blogs

Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. This week we’re shining a spotlight on female photographer blogs. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.

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I took an interest in photography three years ago when I purchased my first DSLR camera. Females are an underrepresented group of photographers and it was truly difficult for me to choose only four blogs to recognize this week.

I want to shine some light on female photographers who I greatly admire and who dominate a wide variety of photographic specialties all over the world.

1. Matika Wilbur

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, this week’s recognition begins with inspirational photographer and adventurer Matika Wilbur. She “helps develop a body of imagery and cultural representations of Native Peoples to counteract the relentlessly insipid, one-dimensional stereotypes circulating in mainstream media, historical textbooks and the culture industry.”

Follow Wilbur on her ambitious journey, Project 562, a personal commitment that began 10 years ago to “visit, engage and photograph all 562 plus Native American sovereign territories in the United States.”

Noteworthy posts: Every Person Living In The Northwest Should Know This History; Dreaming About a Modern World That Doesn’t Erase Its Indigenous Intelligence; and A Thanksgiving Message from Seven Amazing Native Americans.

Follow @matikawilbur on Twitter.

Female Photographer Blogs We Love - @matikawilbur on Instagram

Credit: @matikawilbur on Instagram

2. Lisa Michele Burns

Lisa Michele Burns, a professional photographer from Australia, gives fellow photographers helpful travel photography tips and guides via her Wandering Lens blog. Sometimes she focuses on a specific geographical location, which I love because as a photographer, knowing the weather is half the battle.

Posts to feed your wanderlust: Santorini Sunset Photography Locations; How to Plan a Travel Photography Trip; and How to Become a Professional Travel Photographer.

Follow @wandering_lens on Twitter.

Female Photographer Blogs We Love - @the_wanderinglens on Instagram

Credit: @the_wanderinglens on Instagram

3. Click Community (formerly Clickin Moms)

Click Community is “a global community of over 16,000 professional photographers, aspiring professionals, and women who simply want to take better photos in their daily lives.”

The blog’s photography tips are very detailed and informative. I especially like this diverse group of contributors because they use such a wide variety of camera brands.

Posts I liked: The best lens to buy for your DSLR camera; How to capture beautiful lifestyle photographs indoors; and 6 Things you can do right now to fuel your creativity.

Follow @TheClickCommunity on Facebook.

Screenshot of @theclickcommunity on Instagram

Credit: @theclickcommunity on Instagram

4. Susan Stripling

Susan Stripling is a 2018 Canon Explorer of Light and “Grand Master” of WPPI, the organization’s highest honor. If you enjoy gazing at wedding photos, Susan Stripling should be your go-to blog for wedding and portrait photography. Since publishing this roundup, Susan decided to archive her blog, but you can check out her latest work on Instagram.

Take a gander at some of my favorite posts: Yale Club Wedding; A Note About This Summer; and St. Regis Wedding.

Follow @susanstripling on Twitter.

Female Photographer Blogs We Love - @susanstriplingphotography on Instagram

Credit: @susanstriplingphotography on Instagram

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for female photographer news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you.

Marisa is a Senior Customer Content Specialist, SEO Certified team member and expert on press release distribution. She’s been with Cision since 2013. Connect with her on LinkedIn.

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