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photographer and considered
Since " Life " wanted a perfect Saturday night, and one they considered typical, the photographer did not select a town still blighted by the Depression ... What " Life's "' readers wanted, it seemed, was a stereotyped village that confirmed their nostalgic beliefs about small towns in which no one is bored, poor, or lonely ; and the magazine's photographers and editors-like Norman Rockwell in his " Saturday Evening Post " covers-gave them exactly that kind of town.
Around 1967, Hemmings was briefly considered for the role of Alex in a planned film version of Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange ( 1962 ), which was to be based on a screen treatment by satirist Terry Southern and British photographer Michael Cooper.
He is considered to be the world's premier photographer of horses.
* Henri Cartier-Bresson ( 1908 – 2004 ), a French photographer considered to be the father of modern photojournalism
He considered the paintings he produced there his first mature works, and they also impressed New York photographer and art promoter Alfred Stieglitz.
He is generally considered the greatest sports photographer in history.

photographer and impromptu
In 1933 Myron Scott, a photographer for Dayton, Ohio newspaper Dayton Daily News, put together an impromptu race for 19 boys.

photographer and angrily
After she turned on Bourdin and the two clashed angrily, the photographer refused to work with the band and they walked out of the session with the loss of all fees.

photographer and caller
A male caller, claiming to be a photographer, asked her to meet him at the University of Toronto's Varsity Stadium where, he said, he would be taking publicity photos of her and her teammates.

photographer and with
In her first song she waved away one encroaching photographer who dared approach the throne unbidden and thereafter the boys with the cameras had to unsheathe their 300 mm. lenses and shoot at extreme range.
In April 1998, American photographer John S Callahan organized the first surfing project in the Andamans, starting from Phuket in Thailand with the assistance of Southeast Asia Liveaboards ( SEAL ), a UK owned dive charter company.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize winning, Washington Post photographer Carol Guzy was detained by police and arrested on April 15, and two journalists for the Associated Press also reported being struck by police with batons.
Herald photographer Stanley Forman received two Pulitzer Prizes consecutively in 1976 and 1977, the first being a dramatic shot of a young child falling in mid-air from her mother's arms on the upper stories of a burning apartment building to the waiting arms of firefighters below, and the latter ( known as " The soiling of Old Glory ") being of Ted Landsmark, an African American city official, being beaten with an American flag during Boston's school busing crisis.
* Cinecolor, a bi-pack color process, the photographer would load a standard camera with two films, one orthochromatic, dyed red, and a panchromatic strip behind it.
The commentary takes on a slightly different dimension than his previous commentaries by using a fictitious photographer have a conversation with two friends to discuss the photos.
In October 1978, Carangi did her first major shoot with top fashion photographer Chris von Wangenheim.
Peeping Tom ( 1960 ), directed by Michael Powell, concerns a serial killer who combines his profession as a photographer with the moments before murdering his victims.
In 1976, Brood started his own group, Herman Brood & his Wild Romance, ( and started work with photographer Anton Corbijn ) initially with Ferdi Karmelk ( guitar ), Gerrit Veen ( bass ), Peter Walrecht ( drums ), and Ellen Piebes and Ria Ruiters ( vocals ).
In 1937 Edgerton began a lifelong association with photographer Gjon Mili, who used stroboscopic equipment, in particular, multiple studio electronic flash units, to produce strikingly beautiful photographs, many of which appeared in Life Magazine.
At one point, he took an apprenticeship with a commercial photographer.
Despite Valenti's two-year marriage to Johnson's personal secretary, the investigation focused on rumors that he was having a gay relationship with a commercial photographer friend.
He met photographer Germaine Krull in Berlin in 1923, and entered into a marriage of convenience with her between 1927 and 1943 so that Krull could hold a Dutch passport and could have a " veneer of married respectability without sacrificing her autonomy.
Lennon opened an exhibition of 35 photographs called " Timeless: The Photography of Julian Lennon " with help from long-time friend and fellow photographer Timothy White.
When Vladimír Clementis was charged in 1950, he was erased from the photograph ( along with the photographer Karel Hájek ) by the state propaganda department.
She also went to Greece to take footage of the games ' original site at Olympia, where she was aided by Greek photographer Nelly, along with route of the inaugural torch relay.
Each book is illustrated with photographs by Basil Pao, the stills photographer who was on the team.
This provides the photographer with the three basic channels required to recreate a color image.
He fronted Club Homeboy, an international BMX club, with Mark " Lew " Lewman and Andy Jenkins, both co-editors of Freestylin ' Magazine in the mid-to late 1980s, where Jonze worked as a photographer.
Jonze was also a co-founder and editor of Dirt magazine along with Mark Lewman and Andy Jenkins, as well as an editor for Grand Royal Magazine and senior photographer for Transworld Skateboarding.
The photographer can also extend the bellows to its full length, tilt the front standard and perform photomacrography ( commonly known as ' macro photography '), producing a sharp image with depth-of-field without stopping down the lens diaphgram.
Waits also collaborated with photographer Sylvia Plachy in the same year ; her book Sylvia Plachy's Unguided Tour includes a short Waits record to accompany the photographs and text.
In a 1976 interview with Dutch music magazine Oor, the author wrote that Vangelis had a wife named Veronique Skawinska who was a photographer who had done some album art work for Vangelis.

photographer and If
" To mollify Avedon, Chaplin assured the photographer of his authenticity and added the comment, " If you want to take my picture, you'd better do it now.
If the customer wishes to be able to reproduce the photos themselves, they may discuss an alternative contract with the photographer in advance before the pictures are taken, in which a larger up front fee may be paid in exchange for reprint rights passing to the customer.
If successful, the photographer then becomes bound by all the rules of the agency, and enjoys all the facilities of its offices and worldwide representation.
" If that hadn't happened ", said Adams, " Fiske could have been revealed today, I firmly believe, as a top photographer, a top interpretive photographer.
** If Mountains Die: A New Mexico Memoir with William Davis ( photographer ) ( 2005 )

photographer and Charlie
The character of Charlie Vanilla, who frequently appeared with an ice cream cone, was based on Caniff's long term friend Charles Russhon, a former photographer and Lieutenant in the US Air Force who later worked as a James Bond film technical adviser.
* Charlie Rose: A conversation with photographer John Szarkowski
His father, Charlie, was a self-taught photographer who started out walking from one mill town to another in the Monongahela River valley, his equipment on a donkey, making family portraits and class photographs.

photographer and I'm
I'm the photographer!

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