From The Luupe:

Like our first feature, many of the photographers below are acknowledged for being “the first.” Nadine Ijewere, for example, broke ground as the first woman of color to shoot covers for British and American Vogue, and Tsuneko Sasamoto, in the early 1900s was the first (acknowledged) Japanese woman photojournalist. We also include countless others for how their vision has shaped and continues to shape the medium going forward.

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