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Wendy Ewald




Wendy Ewald pioneered a practice that many professional photographers would fear: handing the camera over to her subjects. In doing so, she opened the world of photography to an unexpected populous: children and women from developing nations and disadvantaged communities.
source: School of Art & Design, Michigan.



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