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We are lucky to work with incredibly talented female photographers here at WIRED. This #InternationalWomensDay, we’re featuring the work of some of the women who have inspired us over the past year 1/ #IWD2019
Leah Kennedy captures stunning aerial photos of Australia's salt lakes.

"I wouldn't say I've purposely gone out of my way to exclude humans... it just seems to be what I gravitate towards. It adds a surreal aspect to the images, which appeals to me." 2/
Dee Williams is based in Brooklyn, and she shot the Schomburg Center’s Seventh Annual Black Comic Book Festival.

"The main purpose of my work is to highlight and tell the stories of marginalized groups, specifically those of the African diaspora." 3/
Leila Jeffreys's gorgeous photo series shows us another side of pigeons and doves, proving they're not all just winged rats.

"I had this idea to photograph birds in a way that everybody could appreciate them, not just birdwatchers.” 4/ #IWD2019
Rie Yamada restaged snapshots from family photo albums—putting herself in every photo.

"I was so concerned with how I was going to slip into these 10 families and play these roles... It helped develop a sense of intimacy toward each of these families" 5/
Dominique Teufen uses a variety of materials to create majestic landscapes—with just her copy machine.

"When people look at these landscapes, they think they're photographed... I like to confuse people's understanding of what's real and what's not." 6/
Want to learn more? We interviewed 23 of the female photographers we’ve worked with in the past year, and picked their brains on everything from their favorite female photographers to the last film they watched. Happy #InternationalWomensDay! 7/
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