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    Women Photographers

    List of Women Photographers that inspire you and deserve further study into their work...

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    Margaret Bourke-White
    Eudora Welty
    Imogen Cunningham
    Diane Arbus

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    I hate to not be original, but I'll second Sander's list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanders McNew View Post
    Margaret Bourke-White
    Eudora Welty
    Imogen Cunningham
    Diane Arbus
    Sanders in trouble already! New wife / photog didn't make the list.

    Emulsion magazine will devote an entire issue to this question in the next couple of months. One (of very many) that fascinates is Margrethe Mather. She was every bit the equivalent of Weston, yet he spiraled up, and she down. Curious that.

    Perhaps not so curious. I consider Imogen to also be the equivalent or better of EW yet a lifetime of work often equal or better than her counterpart went very nearly un-noticed. Maybe Margrethe saw the writing on the wall?
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Tina Modotti was an interesting character as well, Jim. As some may agree sometimes the more obscure photographers were the most interesting.

    I respect Dorthea Lange and her work as well. (Shades of our own Nicole, eh?)
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    Technology is not a panacea. It alone will not move your art forward. Only through developing your own aesthetic - free from the tools that create it - can you find new dimension to your work.

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    A quick list off the top of my head

    Late 19th early 20th c.

    Julia Margaret Cameron
    Gertrude Kasebier
    Chansonetta Stanley Emmons

    Mid 20th c.

    Helen Levitt
    Diane Arbus
    (I'm sure there's more, but I can't think of any at the moment)

    more contemporary

    Debbie Fleming Caffery
    Andrea Modica
    Sally Mann
    Susan Meiselas
    Lauren Greenfield
    Joyce Tenneson
    Annie Liebowitz
    Donna Ferrato

    A couple of women who shoot for National Geographic

    Jodi Cobb
    Joanna Pinneo

    I'm sure there are a lot more names to add!! Women have done quite well in this field, thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicole View Post
    List of Women Photographers that inspire you and deserve further study into their work...
    Lilo Raymond
    Linda Connor
    Susan Derges
    Gertrude Kasebier
    Ernestine Ruben
    Sarah Van Keuren
    Joyce Tennyson
    Laura Gilpin

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    Mary Ellen Mark can't be overlooked--a force of the last 30 or more years...

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    Sally Mann, Ruth Bernhard, Tina Modotti, our own Valerie Brown. The other woman photographers on APUG are all an inspiration to me!

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