This was an interesting article about Nikon’s new D850 experience panel comprised solely of male experts in the field—without a single female representative.
Almost as intriguing as the article, is the member gallery below comprised of mostly women as subjects of their photographs. As famed art critic John Berger writes, “Men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at…”
Do we still question that there is a male gaze in photography? How does this shape how women are treated both personally and professionally?