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‘Women need to be a little braver. They need to put themselves out there... and try to get their work seen’

With 2018 marking100 years of women's suffrage, it's fitting that the Royal Photographic Society should launch its Hundred Heroines project. It's aiming to find photography's 100 most inspirational women and has put out an appeal for nominations. You, but time is running out as the deadline is 28 September.

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