‘I Don’t Think a Man Could Have Taken the Picture’

From The Cut authored by Katie Berohn:

“‘There is a much broader view of beauty. It’s a much bigger tent than it used to be, and I think that shows up in these pictures.’ As she explains, until recently most pictures of women featured in National Geographic were captured by male photographers, from the male perspective. In Women, ‘The pictures are different because you’ve also got more women taking the pictures, and that affords a different level of access,’ says Goldberg.”

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