Category Archives: from the archives

From the archives: Chris Pine in 2013, as photographed by Nino Muñoz

Wishing you a happy 4th of July holiday weekend

Video: Watch Lena Dunham tell Jimmy Fallon about the portrait Timothy Greenfield-Sanders made of her when she was 7 years old

Michael Muller shoots key art for season three of the TNT series “The Last Ship.” Plus, two great throwback-Thursday portraits of actor Eric Dane

Photo gallery: Kobe Bryant by Walter Iooss

NBA great Kobe Bryant recently announced he’ll be retiring from pro basketball at the end of his current season with the Los Angeles Lakers. In his honor, we present a gallery of images by sports-photography legend Walter Iooss. “We have worked together for all of his 19 years,” Walter says of Bryant. “It has been […]

Flashback: Doug Menuez recalls photographing the Grateful Dead’s 1984 New Year’s Eve show in San Francisco

Back in 1984, early in his career as a documentary photographer, Doug Menuez received a gem of an assignment from Time magazine: to capture the scene at the Grateful Dead‘s New Year’s Eve concert in San Francisco. Below, he shares his memories from the shoot, as well as some of his favorite images.     […]

For your viewing pleasure: scenes of summer. Enjoy the long weekend!

 

From the archives: Renée Zellweger photographed by Matthew Rolston in 2006

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Art Streiber shoots key art for TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland”

Art Streiber shot key for the new season of the TV Land hit comedy Hot in Cleveland, starring Betty White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, and Wendie Malick. Below, the new key art, plus some of the key art that he shot for previous seasons… . . . .

In honor of Derek Jeter, a selection of portraits of the beloved Yankees shortstop by Walter Iooss

Unless rain intervenes, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is due to play his last home game tonight, having announced in February that he’s retiring at the end of this season. Legendary sports photographer Walter Iooss has shot Jeter numerous times over the years, from classic portraits to casual moments and even for an ad […]