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Annie Leibovitz criticized the lighting in Ketanji Brown Jackson's photo

Annie Leibovitz's portrait of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson received mixed online reactions, accusing legendary photographer of not knowing how to photograph black women Some people do.

Leibovitz,, 72, Tuesday, , poses for a Vogue magazine photoshoot at the Lincoln Memorial, a high court liberal I tweeted two shots of the newest members.

Although many reactions to the first photograph of a black woman in the Supreme Court were positive, some of the respondents argued that Leibovitz had not used proper lighting. .

"She's barely visible. Learn to properly light darker complexions," wrote one user.

"I wish more people knew that black women are not gray," said another.

Some say it wouldn't be the first time the former Rowling journalist for her Stone magazine dropped the ball while portraying people of color.

One 'furious' detractor said Leibovitz appeared to have used 'the same lighting setup that Simone used on her Biles' in her 2020 I wrote. so-called "degradation".

Some of his Twitter users took issue with the composition of the shot featuring Jackson standing under a caricature of Lincoln at sunset.

"I understand the intended message, but I think this is sending a *Lincoln freed the slaves and look at what they accomplished* message. Especially that lighting. It's a little too white and messianic," someone wrote.

Annie Leibovitz is pictured in undated photograph.
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Others said Vouge should have hired a black photographer for the shoot.

Most of her 2,200-plus people who commented on this tweet by Friday said the artist and their subject matter.

"Mr. Leibovitz This may be one of the most historic portraits of your career. Great job. You have captured the strength, intelligence and beauty of Judge Jackson." Just amazing," wrote one.