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Corpus of Meaning: Figures Through the Lens of Female Photographers

Is there a distinctly female approach to photographing the body? If so, then what is it? In the 19th century, female photographers were believed to be better portraitists because they supposedly avoided the mechanical approach taken by male photographers. Another stereotype was that female photographers had an intuitive ability to arrange a studio and put sitters at ease, as well as a talent for arranging hair and garments.… Continued “Corpus of Meaning: Figures Through the Lens of Female Photographers”