Elisabeth Sunday (born 1958) is an American photographer known for her powerful black and white portraits of people in Africa and Asia. Her subjects have included Akan fishermen in Ghana, Koro men in the Omo Valley of Ethiopia, and nomadic women in Algeria, Mauritania, Mali and Niger, as well as people in Kenya and Zaire.
In 1999-2000, the Berkeley Art Museum organized a solo exhibition of her work called Mystics and Healers: Holy People and Their Messages. In 2017, her works from the Anima and Tuareg series were exhibited at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco. Her work has been included in many group exhibitions, including ”Constructed Images: New Photography,” (1989) curated by Deborah Willis for the Studio Museum in Harlem.