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  • Laurence King Publishing
  • Laurence King Publishing

The Women Who Changed Photography: And How To Master Their Techniques

Gemma Padley

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History of art / art & design styles, Photography & photographs, Photographic equipment & techniques, Feminism & feminist theory

Discover 50 groundbreaking female photographers and how to incorporate their styles and techniques into your own photography.

Often in the shadow of their male counterparts, these inspirational women developed new techniques, created their own signature styles and captured everything from war to fashion. From early pioneers to contemporary leaders, they paved the way for generations to come and continue to do so, inspiring them to pick up a camera and decide what type of photographer they want to be.

Featuring masters of the medium, such as Anna Atkins, Imogen Cunningham, Nadine Ijewere, Lee Miller, Shirin Neshat, Lorna Simpson, Cindy Sherman, Zanele Muholi and Ingrid Pollard, this book is beautifully illustrated with full-colour images of the photographers and their work. It tells the story of these groundbreaking women, how they changed the way we see the world today and helped shape the future of photography. It also provides expert advice on how you can celebrate these trailblazers in your own photography. Follow the instructions to master their techniques and recreate their styles in your own work.

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