While there is a considerable number of talented women in the photography field, they seem to be excluded when it comes to commercial work. The problem is part of a larger structural imbalance across a plethora of industries, where the potential of women is underestimated and their competence overlooked. That this sort of discrimination is prevailing in 2019 is, frankly, outrageous. Thankfully, new platform Equal Lens seeks to remedy the gender gap by spotlighting women photographers and call attention to the overall disproportion, which is deeply rooted across a wide range of fields.
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