Dorothea Lange is an American photographer, primarily known for her range of photos documenting the Great Depression in the 1930s. Prior to this, she ran a successful portrait studio in San Francisco, but changed her focus when travelling around the Southwest where she developed her style of documentary photography. In later life, she co-founded Aperture, producing a range of high-end photography books and travelled to countries including Pakistan, Korea and Vietnam, continuing to document what she saw along the way.
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Annie Leibovitz at her SF exhibition, CC BY 2.0,
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