Images we love is going to be a regular feature over here at Women Travel Photographers. We will be sharing a handful of images that we love and telling you why we love them. We are looking for story telling images that have a strong composition, that are taken by women. We want the best of the best! If you want to see your images here, make sure you are following along on Instagram and Facebook.
We do the call for images on our social media sites. We open it up to the women in Facebook group first, so if you haven’t joined us, please do!
The colors on this image are incredible! We love the bright yellow against the pretty pastel sky. The subject is placed nicely along the rule of thirds lines. The pop of red from the coat draws our eye in.
Image by Traci Passero
We love this storytelling image. It leaves the viewer wondering what the man in the boat is doing. Is he fishing or is he out for a leisurely cruise? What is grabbing his attention? The pop of red against the muted tones really add to the image.
Image by Nat Wanderlust
What an amazing location! Although it has us slightly nervous. We love the symmetry of the rock formation paired with the symmetry of the subjects pose. Because of the symmetry the center composition really works here. The colors are spectacular and bird is the icing on the cake!
Image by Hessa Murad
What a stunning image! The symmetry of the structure paired with the reflection makes this an incredible image. Note the subject and the mountain in the background are perfectly centered, this really adds to the wow factor. The moody sky also adds to the overall feel of the image.
Image by Jovana Kvrzic
The reflection on this image is so fantastic! We love how the horizon line is placed in the top third of this image to really highlight the water reflection. The colors and the mood are also amazing here.
Image by Charlotte Gardunia
The pop of red against the neutral color palette grabbed our eyes on this image. The scenery is just stunning as well, the waterfall adds in a sense of movement to the image that we love.
Image by Tina Fisher