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Your favorite selection of women LF photographers and their websites.

Paul Schilliger , Apr 19, 2003; 11:21 a.m.

I wish that I could see more of the work done by women in this field. There are many brilliant women photographers, but I hardly see any of their work on the web, unfortunately. Do you have some links?

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Jennifer Waak , Apr 19, 2003; 11:37 a.m.

Response To Your favorite selection of women LF photographers and their websites.

Here's a link to our own Sandy Sorlien's site: http://www.sandysorlien.com/.

And, there's Paula Chamlee, of course. http://www.michaelandpaula.com or http://www.paulachamlee.com.

-Jen

Jim , Apr 19, 2003; 11:39 a.m.

Hi Paul, Wynn White is one of my favorites. http://wynnwhitephoto.com/

nze christian , Apr 19, 2003; 11:40 a.m.

just try www.modotti.com , nice page, the image are too small and bad jpeg but nice.

tim atherton , Apr 19, 2003; 12:58 p.m.

I would have to say Virginia Beahan & Laura McPhee. First, I would have to say they are possibly unique in that they work on the photographs together - often virtually under the dark cloth at the same time.

Then there is their book - No Ordinary Land. I saw a review and ordered it, then when it came, I verged on sending it back, as I really didn't think I liked it. But I kept it, and over time, it has become one of my favourites, espcially of contemporary colour landscape work.

I don't think there is a site of their work, but there is some info on the web. I believe they are working on a new project right now.

http://www.aperture.org/books_details.php?book_id=150

http://www.usembassy-israel.org.il/publish/exhibition/

I believe this is their new project - The Country Between Us

http://www.laurencemillergallery.com/bm_country_exhibition.htm

Henry A , Apr 19, 2003; 01:13 p.m.

http://camillesolyagua.com rel="nofollow"> http://camillesolyagua.com
I'm not sure what kind of camera she uses but I'm impressed by her pictures.

David Goldfarb , Apr 19, 2003; 01:44 p.m.

You can find Julia Margaret Cameron at the National Portrait Gallery in London--http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/person.asp?search=sa&sText=cameron&LinkID=mp00717&role=art and even order digital prints that are not too bad, and not terribly costly. If you're at the museum, they will even print them out for you in the gift shop on a Fuji Pictrography machine.

adrian tyler , Apr 19, 2003; 04:19 p.m.

good question paul, i pawed through my library for some contemporary work and recommend a search on:

rineke dijkstra

" Rineke Dijkstra was born in 1959 in Sittard, the Netherlands, and lives and works in Amsterdam. She has been the subject of numerous solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries including The Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Venice Biennial; the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and the Photographers Gallery, London. "

very excellent lf portraits, but it seems format isn't so relevant to her work, she is using stills from video images too...

domenico foschi , Apr 19, 2003; 05:38 p.m.

Henry , Camille solyagua is incredible ! Her work is wonderful . Thank you for that . Sally Mann is my thing , also Dorothea Lange and Julia Margareth Cameroun . I am sorry i have not site addresses . I wish i knew the work of more women , amd looks like this thread ism going to help .

Paul Schilliger , Apr 19, 2003; 05:50 p.m.

Thanks so far, have seen some very nice work. I agree, Camille Solyagua has really the sensibility you would expect from a woman. Very nice. Hope to see more!


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