“I think there’s a place for it,” said the world-renowned photographer of the photo app.
And other things we learned about the lensman during his talk with Fern Mallis at her Fashion Icons series.
A major international fashion brand has publicly dissed Terry Richardson and may not work with him again, following a new Change.org petition against him and new allegations of sexual abuse.
Seems Terry Richardson’s gone back to shooting people with clothes on: Kim Kardashian posted on her blog yesterday that the mutton chopped photog who spawned 1,000 “Wrecking Ball” parodies (and about 100,000 online parental control accounts) is helping her out with the latest Kardashian Kollection for Sears campaign.
Renowned fashion photographers Bruce Weber and David Bailey are arguably the godfathers of old school photographs, having captured images for everyone from glossies like Vogue and GQ, to portraits of music legends like Mick Jagger and the Beatles. So it’s safe to assume that they probably know just about every form of photography, right?
Turns out that Bailey and Weber don’t understand one popular method of photographing: the #selfie.
The photographer/director discusses the denim icon’s new book, 501 Interpretations.
In this day and age of digital, it feels like pretty much anyone can pick up a camera (or an iPhone) and be a photographer. Between street style blogs and independent publications, there is a seemingly endless stream of opportunities for an aspiring fashion photographer. But opportunities that pay? Much fewer and far between. How does one get to be the next the next Mario Testino or Arthur Elgort?
Enter Bottega Veneta’s “New Exposure” photography competition.
In an age when so many pop stars are manufactured head to toe, photos from a new exhibition arriving at the W Hotel featuring Madonna at her LES apartment in the ’80s are proof that the look the pop star became known for (well, the first one at least) was all her own. We chatted with the photographer of these images, Richard Corman, to get the scoop on how those photos came about, what Madonna was like back in the day, and what it was like apprenticing for Richard Avedon. Read on for our interview and photos from the exhibition.
Nigel Barker, who was on America’s Next Top Model for 17 seasons (seventeen–think about that, people) returns to reality tv with Oxygen’s The Face on February 12.
The fashion industry might not be shying away from television exposure now, but according to Barker, that wasn’t always the case.