I was going to update the first list of 15 Brilliant Google+ Female Photographers to Circle, but then I kept coming across so many amazing women that I decided to create another post highlighting their work. I received many great suggestions from +Kelli Seeger Kim (who takes some beautiful pictures herself), +Suzanne Haggerty, Google+ Photos Community Manager +Brian Rose, and many others.
+helen sotiriadis was a name that came up a lot when I received feedback for the first article, and it's easy to see why. It's not just the delicate detail work, but also the originality of so many of her concepts. She's got a great sense of fun and playfulness.
+sophie thouvenin is a French photographer whose work is often dreamy and romantic. I love her macros, which turn the most ordinary of objects into something otherworldly.
+Star Rush is a street and documentary photographer whose work feels instantly nostalgic. I love her black and white photos, and how she captures so many different people in the city, just doing their thing.
+Dru Stefan Stone is a fine art photographer who also holds photography workshops. I love her macros; they seem to bring so much detail you wouldn't otherwise see.
+Karen Hutton came recommended by Google+ Photos Community Manager +Brian Rose. Every one of her photos tells a unique story. The above photo came from her album of the Google+ Photowalk in Berkeley on September 5.
+Lauren Rosenbaum is an amateur photographer who takes beautiful pictures without being an "expert" or relying on tricks to enhance her photos. They're simple and sweet.
+Brenda Stumpf is an adventurer/photographer who is exploring underwater photography, which may just be my new favorite genre. Her photos are both beautiful and stunning.
+Shavonne Wong is a fashion photographer in Singapore who's all about capturing street fashion. She also does straight street photography, and her images of life in Singapore are not to be missed.
+Paula Cobleigh does jaw-dropping gorgeous landscape work. She does everything from landscape to architecture, but it's her eye for color that really shines through.
Do you know of any outstanding female photographers on Google+? Share your suggestions, and I'll update this article to include them.