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Photographer of the Day: Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz

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Today’s PotD is my inspiration, Annie Leibovitz. This is about to be a real fan girl session for today’s lesson, so bear with me. 636 more words

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival 2015 opens its 83rd Season with Gala events on Saturday, June 20

In Becket, its about more than just dance at Jacob’s Pillow, it’s about celebration, too.

A cocktail reception will kick off the season’s annual Gala event, along with an exclusive preview of two new exhibitions: Blake’s Barn’s Best, highlighting landmark works by Annie Leibovitz, Jules Feiffer, Lois Greenfield, Al Hirschfeld, and others; and Kyle Froman: Bodies/Buildings, featuring work by New York City Ballet dancer turned professional photographer Kyle Froman that juxtaposes dance and architecture in surprising and original ways. 384 more words

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Annie Leibovitz

I love this woman’s work. Many of her shots look like staged collages. Instead of cut and paste she uses props and costumes. You can go through her work and marvel at its quantity and quality. 8 more words

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What They Were Doing Then: Annie Leibovitz

When i say i want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I’d like to know them. Anyone I know I photograph.

Annie Leibovitz is without a doubt one of the most iconic portrait photographers of the past 50 years. 220 more words

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Susan Sontag: looking back at a genius of the obvious

Susan Sontag may well have been the most overrated writer and thinker of her generation. Her sole gift in her philosophical musings was her ability to state the obvious in such a way as to seem original. 909 more words

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"I guess what I’m really saying is that you should take pictures of something that has meaning for you…”

“I guess what I’m really saying is that you should take pictures of something that has meaning for you…”

– Annie Leibovitz, photographer (self-portrait)

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"I guess what I’m really saying is that you should take pictures of something that has meaning for you…”

“I guess what I’m really saying is that you should take pictures of something that has meaning for you…”

– Annie Leibovitz, photographer (self-portrait)

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