A young woman in Puerto Rico shows off her goat. Photo: Francisco Collazo

With the launch of our travel photography program, we know there are more photographers in the Matador community than ever. Now’s the perfect time to share some of your photos.

Every Friday–though I’ve been lax for a while— I like to use this space to feature Matador members’ photos.

We do this on our other blogs, too– Matador Trips features members’ photos in their weekly “Wordless Wanderlust” series, as well as in regular photo essays–but what makes the Pulse Friday Photo different is that it’s a single photo featuring a person you’ve met or seen during your travels who exemplifies a sense of place.

If you have a photo you’d like us to consider for this series, send it to julie[at]matadornetwork[dot]com.

A few criteria to keep in mind:

*We require crisp, clear high resolution photos.
*The orientation of the photo should be horizontal.
*Each photo must be sized to 930 pixels wide. The height can vary.
*The photo should feature the person facing the camera (no backs, please), though the person doesn’t necessarily need to be making eye contact with the camera.
*Each photo should be accompanied by a caption describing where the picture was shot and what it shows.

Want more opportunities to show off your photos? Join Matador’s Flickr pool.

Community Connection:

Want to perfect your photography skills and earn a living as a travel photographer? Read up about MatadorU or join our class today!