Tag Archives: Annie Leibovitz

A few quick thoughts on portraits

I’ve had portraits on my mind lately. I attended a workshop in Chicago put on by Digital Photo Academy, which is a Panasonic-sponsored series of workshops in various cities around the country. Unlike the “tour” workshops that hit a series … Continue reading

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So, what’s Philip Gefter got against Annie Leibovitz?

A lot, apparently. In his Photography After Frank , most of Gefter’s essays are complementary profiles of a variety of photographers, some famous, some not so much. But, when it comes to his review of Leibovitz’s own book, A Photographer’s … Continue reading

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