Karen Kuehn: "From the 1993 Cats Story shot for National Geographic. The director Thomas Kennedy asked me to shoot an entire story about 'cats.' He did not want it to be typical! So problem solving this assignment was good fun. The Russian Blue Cat and Ballerina legs was inspired by George Balanchine — he used the idea of cats landing always on their toes to teach his dancers."

Famous Photogs Pose With Their Most Iconic Images

Famous Pose wiith their most Iconic Images ~ Karen Kuehn: "From the 1993 Cats Story shot for National Geographic." by Tim Mantoani

Brian Smith: "The magic of photography happens when you don't see what's coming next."

Famous Photogs Pose With Their Most Iconic Images

artchiculture: “Behind Photographs Tim Mantoani Incredible project where a photographer and his most famous images pose together gathered in the book Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic.

Over the course of history, certain iconic photographs have become an integral part of our collective, cultural memory. Steve McCurry's "Afghan Girl," Jeff Widener's "Tank Man," and Nick Ut's "Napalm Attack in Vietnam" are only some of the images that have left a lasting mark as the great photographs of our time. Tim Mantoani aims to immortalize those legendary shots and the brilliant individuals behind them in the ambitious series Behind Photographs, which depicts renowned photographers…

The Photographers Behind Some of the Most Iconic Images of Our Time

artchiculture: “Behind Photographs Tim Mantoani Incredible project where a photographer and his most famous images pose together gathered in the book Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic.

Photographer Portraits : Phil Stern, who photographed Marylin Monroe  at a children’s benefit at the Shrine Auditorium in 1953 - 20x24 Polaroid - photo by Tim Mantoani

Who's Behind the Most Iconic Images of Our Time? (11 total)

Photographer Portraits : Phil Stern, who photographed Marylin Monroe at a children’s benefit at the Shrine Auditorium in 1953 - Polaroid - photo by Tim Mantoani

Creating yourself...

i found a picture before i did this version of layout. the picture is the one above. a combination of polaroids creates the big photo.

Famous Photographers With Their Most Iconic Works - I. LOVE. THIS. (originally from http://behindphotographs.com/)

Famous Photgraphers With Their Most Iconic Works

Steve McCurry holds his 1984 photo of a young woman from Peshawar, Pakistan. "I looked for this girl for 17 years and finally found her in Her name is Sharbat Gula." Photo: Tim Mantoani -famous photographers pose with their most iconic images

Hidden Mother

the hidden mother

Portrait of the saxophonist Andy Sheppard. Selective printing using a paintbrush to splash and paint the developer onto the photographic paper.

Portrait of the saxophonist Andy Sheppard. Selective printing using a paintbrush to splash and paint the developer onto the photographic paper.

Light is power

The light give us power, strong and life.

Brent Stirton: "This is Virunga, the first National Park in Africa, in the Congo. The Silverback, along with 6 females, had been killed by poachers. There are only about 40 of these Silverbacks in the world, so the Rangers were devastated. This procession went on for about 5 kms, moving the 600 pound body over the hills. Over 120 of these Rangers have died in the last 10 years doing this job; most make less than $10 a month." | Famous Photographers Pose With Their Most Iconic Images

Famous Photogs Pose With Their Most Iconic Images

Brent Stirton with The Silverback Mountain Gorilla in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Me and Melinda!

Every brunette needs a blonde best friend.so true my best friend has blond hair :)

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