The Suburban Dispatch

Dorothea Lange chose photography when she was 24. The only thing that bothered her for that was finances for her endeavors. To overcome that she stepped out to become a full-fledged commissioned photographer. After setting up a studio she started making portraits for the families in her rich neighbor and made some beautiful images. But that was not something that she actually wanted. She wanted to explore the realities all around with a camera over her shoulders. At last, she decided to work as a photojournalist for some local authorities. It was 1935, the era of the Great Depression in America when Dorothea actually entered into the complexities of the tragedy and its impact on human emotions. In a way, she was lucky, as a photographer, because it’s necessary for a photographer to be at the right place for making best of the decisive moments for making good images. Luckily…

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