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Terry Richardson's Diary

Terry Richardson's Diary
January 18, 2014 Bruce LaBruce at the Smile. January 16, 2014 Congratulations Diane on 40 amazing years of The Wrap Dress!! January 16, 2014 Diane Von Furstenberg as Me January 16, 2014 Me and Diane Von Furstenberg at my studio. January 16, 2014 Me and Bar Refaeli at my studio. January 16, 2014 Bar Refaeli at my studio #4 January 16, 2014 Bar Refaeli at my studio #3 January 16, 2014 Bar Refaeli at my studio #2 January 16, 2014 Bar Refaeli at my studio #1 January 16, 2014 Me and Wale at my studio.

The Psychedelically Amazing Architectural Collages Of Hugo Barros All images copyright Hugo Barros Evocative of that heady post-1968 period of architectural exploration, the collages of Lisbon-based artist Hugo Barros recharge the legacy of psychedelic graphics in the representation of built form. Some of these collages feature floating surfaces of a giant scale, recalling Superstudio’s Earth-devouring Continuous Monument . Others superbly juxtapose disaster and architectural stability, challenging structural equilibrium and suggesting kinetic buildings. Besides the subject matter, the collages are graphically compelling due to their achievement of complexity through the use of only two to three component images. Angular forms strike off obliquely from the viewer, plunging into cities or blocking out the moon.

William Klein (photographer) William Klein (born April 19, 1928) is an American-born French photographer and filmmaker noted for his ironic approach[1][2] to both media and his extensive use of unusual photographic techniques in the context of photojournalism and fashion photography.[1] He was ranked 25th on Professional Photographer's list of 100 most influential photographers.[3] Klein has directed numerous short and feature-length documentaries and has produced over 250 television commercials.[5] Though American by birth, Klein has lived and worked in France since his late teens. His work has sometimes been openly critical of American society and foreign policy; the film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum once wrote that Klein's 1968 satire Mr. Freedom was "conceivably the most anti-American movie ever made

Portland Engagement Photography « Katy Weaver Photography Picture classic, young, American love. You might be thinking about The Notebook. But Anna and Jake would probably give you a run for your money. Seriously though. They met during high school through their church. They fell in love. news - I LIKE PHOTO Group Talented make up artist Aneta Kostrzewa from I Like Photo teams up with photographer Adam Plucinski for new Polish Harpers Bazaar fashion story with top model Magdalena Jasek. See more Hugo Jaeger Hugo Jaeger was the former personal photographer of Adolf Hitler. He travelled with Hitler in the years leading up to and throughout World War II and took around 2,000 colour photographs of the Austrian-born German politician. Jaeger was one of the few photographers who were using color photography techniques at the time.[1] Career[edit]

Levitation Photography: 65 Stunning Examples & Tutorials Many says floating in the air, or so called levitation is impossible. Well, in fact everything is possible, all you need to do is believe yourself, seriously, believe that you can achieve it! And uh, believe that the Photoshop can help you achieve it. David Bailey David Royston Bailey, CBE (born 2 January 1938) is an English photographer, regarded as one of the nation's best.[1][2] Early life[edit] David Bailey was born in Leytonstone, East London,[4] to Herbert Bailey, a tailor's cutter, and his wife, Gladys, a machinist. From the age of three he lived in East Ham.[5] "In the winter", he recalled, the family "would take bread-and-jam sandwiches and go to the cinema every night because in those days it was cheaper to go to the cinema than to put on the gas fire. I'll bet I saw seven or eight movies a week

Ellen von Unwerth Ellen von Unwerth, Paris 2003 Ellen von Unwerth (born 1954 in Frankfurt, Germany) is a photographer and director, specializing in erotic femininity. She worked as a fashion model for ten years herself before moving behind the camera, and now makes fashion, editorial, and advertising photographs. Von Unwerth has also directed short films for fashion designers, and music videos for several pop musicians. She has directed many commercials and web films for top brands like Revlon, Clinique, Equinox and others, many featuring celebrities. Books[edit]

Cecil W. Stoughton Cecil William Stoughton (January 18, 1920 – November 3, 2008) was an American photographer. Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Stoughton is best known for being President John F. Kennedy's photographer during his White House years.[1] During World War II he was assigned to the First Motion Picture Unit.[2] Stoughton took the only photograph ever published showing John F. Mert and Marcus Mert & Marcus Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, working name "Mert and Marcus", are fashion photographers who work together on a collaborative basis. Their work and style is influenced by the photographer Guy Bourdin and have pioneered the use of digital manipulation within their field. Mert and Marcus, born in 1971 in Turkey and Wales respectively, met for the first time in England in 1994 after having worked for a brief period in different areas, the first in classical music and the second in graphic design. Marcus was an assistant photographer and Mert was a fashion photo modeler. After working together in the photography business, they decided to create a team.

Eliot Elisofon Eliot Elisofon (April 17, 1911 - April 7, 1973) was an American documentary photographer and photojournalist. Life[edit] From the Lower East Side of New York City, Elisofon graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School in 1929 and Fordham University in 1933.[1] He was married twice, in 1940 to Mavis Lyons whom he divorced in 1946, and to Joan Baker Spear in 1950, with whom he had two daughters Elin and Jill. He is a founding member of the Photo League in 1936. He was one of the most active and productive members: he gave guest lectures (1938–43); co-organized the Men at Work project with Lewis Hine (1940); served periodically as president between 1939 and 1941; taught courses on photojournalism and flash photography (1940–41); and participated in numerous exhibitions.[2] Recent Exhibitions (Selection)[edit]

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