Lois Conner is an American photographer. She is noted particularly for her carefully crafted platinum print panoramic landscapes that she produces with a 7″ x 17″ format banquet camera. Conner worked for the United Nations from 1971 to 1973 and by the late 1970s almost exclusively photographed landscapes. Conner spent time shooting in China throughout the 1980s and became an instructor at the New School for Research, New York in 1982, a position she still holds today. She has been awarded with the Anonymous was a Woman Grant in 2008 and Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts in 1984.