These ‘Game of Thrones’ Photos From Time Magazine Are Colorful To Say The Least
Allow me to put on my curmudgeon hat for a moment, but do you ever feel like photographers shooting for big publications will sometimes go for wild off-the-wall creative concepts that seem to just fall flat? That’s how I feel about these portraits of “Game of Thrones” actors for Time magazine from British Photographer Miles Aldridge.
Now, these images are typical of Aldridge’s work, so it’s pretty safe to bet that these are exactly the kind of photos Time was going for when they hired him. Aldridge is known for exactly these kind of images, oversaturated colors, hard lighting, surreal settings and motifs, all of which are on display in these photos.
More info: Time, Miles Aldridge (h/t: fstoppers)
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