Photographer Douglas Sonders on the rush of celebrity portraits
The very creative photographer Douglas Sonders tells what portraying celebrities looks like in a post on Fstoppers, an aspect of photography where he usually gets ten minutes or less to keep calm, focused and make a good photo. Here’s an excerpt:
“Put yourselves in the shoes of a celebrity music artist: […] you’ve been on the road for weeks, haven’t had a full night of sleep, and have people constantly bugging you, yelling, crying, laughing in your direction. […] In the midst of an insane day, you have to stop everything and pose in front of a camera and pretend to look cool/happy/intense. This shoot probably isn’t high on your priority list […] and you’d want to be out of there as soon as possible, and who would blame them considering the situation?”
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