Photographed for the latest issue of Flaunt Magazine, model Ajak Deng joins musician Bruno Mars for the cover story shot in black and white by Hunter & Gatti. The pair wears tailored ensembles evoking a retro vibe courtesy of stylist Lysa Cooper.
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Using a Polaroid Spectra camera, Rick DeMint – founder of Portroids, has been documenting the people he’s met by taking Polaroid portraits of them and having the photos autographed, since October 2003. Rick travels a lot to many places and enjoys attending film festivals, comedy events, theater, and just seeing who he may meet by exploring various cities. He has collected almost 1,400 so far. And here, we sellected some of candid celebrity Polaroid portraits from his ‘Celebrities‘ collection.
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Here, a small collection of some interesting photographs of celebrities who are posing with their instant film cameras.
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Occasionally an artist takes umbrage at our opinion of their work – the more sensitive souls need only to read a single word askance before they are firing off litigious emails to We Heart HQ demanding a full retraction and a re-write that kisses their ring in the manner their genius deserves. However, we’re going to go out on a limb with Jaimie Warren‘s new collection The Whoas of Female Tragedy II and assume she won’t be offended if we use the word “daft” to describe her humorously constructed tableaux.
Ben Watts – Photographer and brother of actress Naomi Watts. Born in London in 1967. In 1990, he graduated Sydney College of Art. He started his career in Australia with a job as an assistant photographer. Currently, Ben is a famous fashion and portrait photographer. Collaborating with Rolling Stone, GQ, Interview, ELLE, Vogue and many others.
Philippe Halsman, (2 May 1906 Riga, Russian Empire – 25 June 1979 New York City), portrait photographer.
In 1951 Halsman was commissioned by NBC to photograph various popular comedians of the time including Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Groucho Marx, and Bob Hope. While photographing the comedians doing their acts, he captured many of the comedians in mid air, which went on to inspire many later jump pictures of celebrities including the Ford family, The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Marilyn Monroe, María Félix and Richard Nixon.
Halsman had several photo sessions with Marilyn including Marilyn’s first cover of Life Magazine.
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