Women have always exerted a particular fascination for Dorothy Bohm. “I think of women as the most natural subjects for me, in two senses. Firstly, because women often express more in their faces, and are less inhibited in showing emotion. Then because being a woman has been a great advantage to me personally in being a photographer. Women subjects are less threatened by a woman, so it is easier for me to approach them without seeming intimidating. I can win their trust, move in closer.”
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