Annie Leibovitz, Nuff Said

*temp*If you live, and breath, and have any kind of window to the outside world, you probably know Annie Leibovitz. This is not a post to discover, but a post to celebrate photography at it’s best. A visionary that knows no limits (get a marching band for a shoot? hellz yas), one that evokes the feeling of grandeur and is not afraid to bold. I am particularly impartial to the AL/Baz Luhrmann and AL/Disney mash-ups.

You might notice some iconic pieces missing from this selection, but I really just went with what I like, so I hope you will enjoy it as well.

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Gear:

“In the recent book, Annie Leibowitz at Work, she discusses her equipment. She used Mamiya RZ for a long time but seems to have now moved more to Canon 1Ds. She also used Leica M6 sometimes, but rarely it seems. She started with a Minolta SRT (or was it Pentax Spotmatic, can’t remember right now), but then quite soon moved to Nikon F since that was what all photojournalists used at the time. She started with Hasselblad in medium format, for the John Lennon picture for example, but them moved to Mamiya.” Ilkkalink

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If you want some insight on how she achieves this “Rembrant-esque” look, click here

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