Women Combat Photographers

This series presents four female combat photographers that have not garnered the attention they deserve. Two died in the pursuit of their craft.

Dickey Chapelle – the first American female combat photographer to die in action.

Catherine Leroy- first female combat photographer to parachute with the Marines in Vietnam

Lee Miller – started out as a model and then became famous for covering WWII.

Gerda Taro – credited with pushing Robert Caps to fame. She was the first female combat photographer to die in action.

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