Martin Sigal photographs star Mexican soccer players for Adidas

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Andrés Guardado. Photo by Martin Sigal for Adidas.

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Andrés Guardado. Photo by Martin Sigal for Adidas.

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Jesus Molina. Photo by Martin Sigal for Adidas.

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Yasser Corona. Photo by Martin Sigal for Adidas.

 

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agency: Teran TBWA
production company: NT Producciones

Miller Mobley photographs director Baz Luhrmann, producer Nelson George, and the stars of Netflix’s “The Get Down” for Billboard magazine

Clockwise from top left: Nelson George, Baz Luhrmann, Herizen F. Guardiola, Grandmaster Flash, Jaden Smith, Shamiek Moore, and Justice Smith on the set of "The Get Down" in New York. Photo by Miller Mobley for Billboard, August 20, 2016, issue.

Clockwise from top left: Nelson George, Baz Luhrmann, Herizen F. Guardiola, Grandmaster Flash, Jaden Smith, Shamiek Moore, and Justice Smith on the set of “The Get Down” in New York. Photo by Miller Mobley for Billboard, August 20, 2016, issue.

Martin Sigal shoots Pantene campaign for Grey Argentina

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Photo by Martin Sigal for Pantene.

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Photo by Martin Sigal for Pantene.

credits

agency: Grey Argentina
art director: Florencia Loda

 

Art Streiber photographs an ecstatic Kevin Hart for the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s “Happy Issue”

Kevin Hart is “the biggest comedy star in the nation,” proclaims Entertainment Weekly, which commissioned Art Streiber to photograph him for the cover of its “Happy Issue.” Here’s a look at the portraits, some of which feature fanciful illustrations by Zohar Lazar.

 

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Kevin Hart. Photo by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly, August 12, 2016, issue.

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Photo by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly.

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Photo by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly.

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Photos by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly.

Double Scoop: Before the talented Zohar Lazar @zoharlazar filled that cone and brought this week’s EW cover to life…this is what it looked like on set with @kevinhart4real. We had to light Kevin fairly bright and open in order to anticipate the lighting match with Zohar’s illustration.

A behind-the-scenes photo from Art Streiber’s Instagram feed: “Double Scoop: Before the talented Zohar Lazar filled that cone and brought this week’s EW cover to life…this is what it looked like on set with @kevinhart4real. We had to light Kevin fairly bright and open in order to anticipate the lighting match with Zohar’s illustration.”

Melanie Acevedo photographs Parents’ September cover story on “The Chill Mom’s Guide to School”

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents, September 2016 issue.

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents.

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents.

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents.

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents.

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents.

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Photo by Melanie Acevedo for Parents.

Michael Muller photographs Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who plays Edward Snowden in an upcoming movie by director Oliver Stone, for a CNET feature on “The Privacy Debate”

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Photo by Michael Muller for CNET. Click to read the story.

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Photo by Michael Muller for CNET.

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Photo by Michael Muller for CNET.

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Photo by Michael Muller for CNET.

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Photo by Michael Muller for CNET.

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Photo by Michael Muller for CNET.

Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles to exhibit the complete “List” portraits of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

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For years, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders has been exploring the nature of identity through his award-winning “List” portrait series and documentaries, beginning with “The Black List” in 2008 all the way through his upcoming project “The Trans List.” And now viewers will have the opportunity to consider these bodies of work alongside each other in “IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits,” opening September 24 at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles.

“Conceived to illuminate the breakthroughs of marginalized communities, ‘IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits’ comprises 151 uniquely compelling large-format photographs of pioneers in five distinct-but-often-overlapping groups,” explains the museum. “Each installment (“The Black List,” “The Latino List,” “The Women’s List,” “The Out List,” and “The Trans List”) calls attention to cultural progress as exemplified by the stories of its subjects, people who have overcome obstacles to achieve success in disparate walks of life. This is the first time the full series can be seen in its entirety.”

The exhibition also marks the world premiere of Timothy’s “Trans List” portraits, which features prominent transgender individuals including Caitlyn Jenner, Laverne Cox, and Janet Mock. The accompanying documentary will debut December 5 as an HBO Documentary Film.

“It’s one thing to read and talk about the role of race and sexuality and gender identity in our lives,” Cinny Kennard, executive director of the Annenberg Foundation, told the Los Angeles Times. “It’s another thing to turn a powerful, piercing camera lens on people of all races and sexual orientations and identities to get a window into our minds, souls [and] what defines us and divides us and unites us.

“Timothy Greenfield-Sanders is one of the most gifted portrait photographers working today. With these terrific portraits, he teaches us more about identity and self-realization, about how people see themselves and how they strive to be seen, than we can capture in many thousands of words.” (Read the full article here or by clicking on the screenshot below.)

“IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits” will be on view at the Annenberg through February 26. More info here. To learn more about “The Trans List,” visit the Facebook page.

 

LA Times

Art Streiber shoots key art for “The New Celebrity Apprentice,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Photo by Art Streiber for NBC.

Jimmy Chin photographs—and appears in—Revo’s latest campaign

As an accomplished climber and adventurer, award-winning photographer and director Jimmy Chin is just as in demand in front of the camera as he is behind it. And Revo‘s new marketing images are just the latest example. The performance-eyewear brand commissioned Jimmy for the assignment and asked him to appear in some of the images as well. Here’s a look…

 

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Photo by Jimmy Chin for Revo.

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Photo by Jimmy Chin for Revo.

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Photo by Jimmy Chin for Revo.

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Jimmy Chin, as seen in two of the ads. He also served as creative director for the shoot.

 

Michael Muller shoots dramatic underwater ad for PETA featuring “Jessica Jones” star Krysten Ritter

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Photo by Michael Muller.

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