Anne Brigman (1869–1950) was an American photographer.
Brigman was one of two original California members of the art photography group the Photo-Secession, founded by Alfred Steiglitz, and she was the only Western photographer to be made a Fellow of the group. Three issues of Camera Work featured her photographs, and the British Linked Ring society of photographers elected her a member. Around 1929, she moved to Long Beach in Southern California where she continued to photograph, focusing on a series of sand erosions. A year before her death in Eagle Rock, near Los Angeles in 1950, she published a book of her poems and photographs titled Songs of a Pagan.