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Fashion and advertising photography
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Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
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Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
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Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
Fashion and advertising photography
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  • 1. Fashion & Advertising Photography markiggulden 28/01/14 1
  • 2. Contents         28/01/14 Nick Knight Biography N K Photo Gallery Corrine Day Outline Corrine Day: Fashion/Advertising Glen Luchford Outline Glen Luchford: Adverts’ Mario Testino: Biography Testino’s Work 2
  • 3. Nick Knight Biography  Nick Knight, Director of SHOWstudio, is among the world's most influential photographers. He has won numerous awards for his editorial work for Vogue, Dazed & Confused, i-D, The Face and Visionaire, as well as for fashion and advertising projects for clients including Alexander McQueen, Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Levi Strauss, Yohji Yamamoto and Yves Saint Laurent. Knight has also shot record covers for Björk, David Bowie, Kylie and Massive Attack. 28/01/14 3
  • 4. Nick Knight  As a fashion photographer, Nick Knight has consistently challenged conventional notions of beauty. His first book of photographs, Skinheads, was published in 1982. He has since produced Nicknight, a twelve year retrospective, and Flora, a series of flower pictures, both published by Schirmer Mosel. Knight's work has been exhibited at such institutions as the Victoria & Albert Museum, Saatchi Gallery, the Photographers Gallery and Hayward 28/01/14 4
  • 5. Amputee 28/01/14 5
  • 6. Age and Beauty 28/01/14 6
  • 7. Ballet 28/01/14 7
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  • 9. Cowboy 28/01/14 9
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  • 17. Corrine Day Corinne Day made a distinctive contribution to fashion photography in the early 1990's. She was one of the pioneers of a style that is candid and hard-hitting. Day continues to work for style magazines such as Ray Gun, Dazed and Confused and Vogue Homme International. 28/01/14 17
  • 18. Corrine Day In contrast to the traditional and glamorous image which dominated fashion photography during the late 1980's, Day’s work represents a more informal, confrontational and confessional approach to the medium. She has used unconventional, and sometimes androgynous models to question the gender stereotyping found in the mainstream media and magazines. 28/01/14 18
  • 19. Kate Moss 28/01/14 19
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  • 24. Glen Luchford  Glen Luchford is a young photographer who reinvigorated British commercial photography in the early 1990's in such magazines as i-D and The Face. His images for the 1997 campaign for the fashion house Prada received considerable acclaim. 28/01/14 24
  • 25. Glen Luchford  Luchford’s work to date has been mysterious and suggestive of stills from a film where the motivations of the central characters must be unravelled and completed by the viewer. He has recently exhibited with painter Jenny Saville in New York. 28/01/14 25
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  • 29. Mario Testino: Liz Hurley 28/01/14 29
  • 30. Mario Testino: Biography   28/01/14 One of fashion's most sought-after snappers, Mario Testino was born in 1954 in Lima, Peru. He came to London in 1976, took a flat in an abandoned hospital near Trafalgar Square, and began selling portfolios (for £25, including hair and make-up) to wannabe models. 30
  • 31. Mario Testino  Today he is best known for his highly polished, exotically bright ad campaigns and his exquisitely styled photographs of the couture scene all of which carry a deceptive air of nonchalance.  Now at the top of his profession, Testino has shot Madonna for Versace as well as photographing the late Diana, Princess of Wales for her famous Vanity Fair cover in 1997. 28/01/14 31
  • 32. Mario Testino  His popularity with designers and fashion editors stems as much from his professionalism and good nature as his unerring ability to take beautiful pictures which sell clothes. Testino is also credited with bringing to an end the reign of the ubermodel: rather than pay the exorbitant fees demanded by Linda, Naomi et al, in the early Nineties Testino championed a new breed of model, including Kate Moss. 28/01/14 32
  • 33. Mario Testino: Royals 28/01/14 33
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  • 35. Mario Testino: Kate Moss 28/01/14 35
  • 36. Testino: Underwear 28/01/14 36

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