Nadav Kander photographs dancer Sonoya Mizuno for Uniqlo campaign

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Photo by Nadav Kander for Uniqlo.

Miller Mobley’s portrait of “Star Wars” star John Boyega wins in the entertainment category at the Southern California Journalism Awards

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John Boyega. Photo by Miller Mobley.

 

We’re thrilled to report that at this year’s Southern California Journalism Awards, Miller Mobley‘s portrait of Star Wars: The Force Awakens star John Boyega was the winner in the entertainment category. “We looked so close. It was no green screen…. Brilliant execution with a brave subject,” commented the judges. Congratulations, Miller! The photo was commissioned by Jennifer Laski of The Hollywood Reporter for a cover story on the young actor and the next generation of breakout stars. See more from the shoot here. And to learn about how Miller works, read A Photo Editor‘s interview with him.

 

 

Tobias Hutzler photographs “The Strange and Lovely Things One Sees From New York Windows” for New York magazine

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A family in Greenwood Heights live in an apartment with views of Green-Wood Cemetery, whose residents they feel watch over them. Photo by Tobias Hutzler for New York magazine.

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A West Village resident whose bedroom looks out onto an air shaft makes the most of the limited view by projecting images onto the brick wall of the neighboring building. Photo by Tobias Hutzler for New York magazine.

 

Art Streiber photographs Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey for Vanity Fair’s summer issue

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Photo by Art Streiber for Vanity Fair, summer 2016 issue.

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Photo by Art Streiber for Vanity Fair.

Nadav Kander shoots key art for season two of the award-winning USA series “Mr. Robot”

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Rami Malek. Photo by Nadav Kander for USA.

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Christian Slater. Photo by Nadav Kander for USA.

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Photo by Nadav Kander for USA.

Uwe Duettmann shoots award-winning feature “When I Live My Dream” for BMW Magazine

The Art Directors Club of Germany recently honored Uwe Duettmann for his feature “When I Live My Dream,” shot for BMW Magazine and designed by creative director Dirk Linke of Ringzwei.

 

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for BMW Magazine.

Brinson+Banks in Italy: a love story

Wife-and-husband photo duo Brinson+Banks recently traveled to the voluptuous Italian Riviera, and they captured the experience in all its wish-you-were-here glory. Below, some highlights…

“Back when we were Atlantans, I introduced a new friend of mine (a beautiful talented painter named Raven) to an old friend named Thomas (my seventh-grade boyfriend for all of a week, in fact) in hopes of there being sparks between the two,” explains Kendrick Brinson. “Fast forward a few years later, and we live in Los Angeles and they live in Charleston, South Carolina, together. (Yay! Matchmaking skills were a success!)

“They asked us if we would be the only witnesses to their elopement in the Italian Riviera, and who can say no to love?. So we packed our cameras and headed to Florence, where we biked around the river at sunset with sloppy grins on our faces (partially from not sleeping for 24 hours) and fell in love with the city. The next day, we hopped in our rental Jeep and road-tripped over to the coast, where the four of us spent a few days ogling beautiful sunsets and eating too much pasta and pizza.

“We all stayed in a house in Santa Margherita Ligure and explored Portofino, Rapallo, and the amazing towns of Cinque Terre. We also got to parade through the town with them, Raven in her wedding gown and barefoot and Thomas in a suit, as we made our way to the park where they would say their vows. A lot of the Italian grannies were teary and sweet and yelled out kind well wishes in Italian to the newlyweds. It was pretty much the double date of a lifetime.”

 

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Photo by Brinson+Banks.

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Raven. Photo by Brinson+Banks.

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Kendrick Brinson and David Walter Banks. Photo by Brinson+Banks.

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Photos by Brinson+Banks.

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Kendrick and Raven. Photo by Brinson+Banks.

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Photo by Brinson+Banks.

 

Michael Muller photographs “Ballers” star Dwayne Johnson sitting in a tub of ice for the HBO series’ season-two key art

Who knew Dwayne Johnson was a Method actor? For the key-art shoot for season two of his hit HBO series, the Ballers star submerged his lower half in a tub of real ice while Michael Muller photographed him. No pain, no gain indeed. Scroll down or click here to watch a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot. And go here to see the key art that Michael shot last year for the series’ premiere.

 

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Steven Lippman photographs Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue

In addition to photographing pro surfer Courtney Conlogue in Tahiti for ESPN The Magazine‘s 2016 Body Issue, Steven Lippman also shot Nathan Adrian—a three-time Olympic gold medalist—stateside in a swimming pool. Scroll down to see his gorgeous portraits. And view a behind-the-scenes gallery here.

 

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Nathan Adrian. Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Photo by Steven Lippman for ESPN The Magazine’s 2016 Body Issue.

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Behind-the-scenes photos by Trevor Pikhart and Kristen Schaefer Geisler.

 

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View the story at Steven’s Readymag.com page.

Art Streiber photographs Steven Spielberg for Entertainment Weekly

Art Streiber photographed Steven Spielberg for a recent issue of Entertainment Weekly featuring a tour of the Universal Studios back lot with the legendary director.

“I have photographed him more than a dozen times over the last 17 years,” notes Art. “When Spielberg walked onto the set, I handed him the camera and told him that it was his turn to photograph me and he obliged.”

Scroll down to see a photo of Spielberg holding Art’s Hasselblad, shot by Richard Maltz, EW‘s West Coast deputy photo director.

 

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Steven Spielberg. Photo by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly.

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Photo by Art Streiber for Entertainment Weekly.

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Spielberg prepares to take Art’s portrait. Photo by Richard Maltz, courtesy @aspictures via Instagram.

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