Annie Leibovitz makes no secret that she likes to fall in love with the subjects of her photos. But when it comes to Black women, many are left wondering where’s the love?

The Vogue photographer recently shared a peek from the magazine’s September issue, which features a profile of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. The images were a hot mess, and social media let Leibovitz know that she may be a pro at photographing babies, but when it comes to Black women, it’s a hard NO.

Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Credit: Annie Leibovitz Twitter

Leibovitz’s latest photo shoot took place at the National Mall. One of the pics features Brown Jackson leaning on a column, the large marble statue of Abraham Lincoln looming over her in the background like some type of white savior. In another pic, she sits by the the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool stretching behind her, looking like she was photographed with an iPhone 4.

Both images have Brown Jackson’s skin tone looking exceptionally dull, and don’t portray any of the power and grace that one would expect from profile in Vogue of the first Black woman on the US Supreme Court. Critics—consisting mostly of Black women—quickly noted how poor the lighting was in the pictures and how it wasn’t properly suited for Brown’s darker skin tone.

This is not the first time that the 72-year-old photographer has come under fire for her seemingly inability to utilize proper lighting when it comes melanated sisters. Numerous tweets also pointed out previous instances where photoshoots conducted by Leibovitz ranked poorly when it came to pictures of Black women. She was blasted for her depictions of other powerful Black women, including Simone BilesViola Davis, Serena Williams and Rihanna. 

Critics complain that Leibovitz manages to make her subjects look dull, ashy and sad, a far cry from the lively and graceful people that they usually are.

Simone Biles photographed by Leibovitz. Credit: Twitter

And yet she continues to be hired. That’s the epitome of white privilege at work. There are a number of Black talented artists waiting to be called on to photograph Black subjects, so why is Leibovitz constantly being regarded as the go-to photog when she’s shown us over and over that she simply can’t deliver?

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 22: Photographer Annie Leibovitz attends the 17th Annual Lucie Awards at Carnegie Hall on October 22, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Leibovitz may have an eye for beauty, but when it comes to our Blackness, her view is completely out of focus.