Worth a look: 30Under30 Women Photographers

30Under30 Women Photographers

“Look at any advertisement for a new camera, you will usually see the kit beheld by a male hand, with the image of a young woman visible through the lens or emblazoned onto the glass itself, as though the camera were always meant to be a male eye, gazing out onto a world of female subjects….What is it like, then, to be a female photographer, to be a woman who has seized hold of an instrument of which she traditionally remains in front, and to use her eye to view the world, rather than use it to throw back a soft, muted glance into the receiving end of a male gaze?” -Natalie Dybisz / Miss Aniela – intro to 30Under30 Women Photographers

There’s a lot of good work at the recently published 30Under30 Women Photographers online exhibition. The site showcases the diverse work of 30 young female photographers. It’s a great step in toward equality in the traditionally male-dominated field of photography.

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