17 Burst results for "Peter Lindbergh"
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Your photography so much that he ended up buying threes dollars worth of photography of the brooklyn bridge during that meeting. Also like you know. They were older work. I've done in france in magazine but there was also like to pictures taken maino myself and some of them in new york and so this brooklyn bridge pitchers and they were doing an article in house and garden on the brooklyn bridge and i think it was for the sentinel or something like that at the time. I don't know exactly. I got to be for that. But i remember like this. Oh you gotta go see rochelle adele. She works at our garden. Let me give her a ring and you got to go to see her and show those pitches. So i went to see rochelle. She was at house and garden and she looked at the pictures and to say. Oh these are lovely. We can we keep them for the bit. Then it took like four or five pitches and then you. I get a phone call from saying like oh actually like the the pictures that they're going to be running a really. Yeah and they paid like three thousand dollars speaking. I couldn't believe so basically. That was my first experience as a photographer working for publication in america. And then when you went to self you also worked with richelieu dell. Is that correct. She also worked for the magazine. She became a little bit. Like a miniature alex lieberman. She was working. I think she had self magazine. I think she was also up at mademoiselle. She was kind of like like alex. Lieberman's right task and she would come in and look over all the pages and then liberman would come in and look at the pages and we have to make sure that everything was well organized like each picture was supposed to be from this side which was very small to a double page side. And then you would play. Was things had a really like my time. Magazine g. q. Working was mayor shanahan's director and matama self magazine really like couldn't wait for these moments. Where would show up and michelle would show up kind of like shuffling everything around some part of it probably just to shovel and part of it to make more sense of the stories to learn so much about like what you can do. It was a story like are you can was editing. Sizing was putting things one when and other. Why would that be better and that to me. Like tidied up so nicely. Was all the things that i learned from my dad about the journalistic side of our. You put something together. So it's complete so it makes sense so there's a logic to it but there's also an artist about it when i was there itself and you know it's not that self was fantastic magazine. That's when i really like said while. I'm really liking this this i can. I was eating it up like there was no tomorrow and i loved it. I loved it. And like when i ll expert. Come you know like some designers will put patriots together was smaller guy in the corner and i would think like. I wonder how lieberman's going to change that. Maybe he's going to do this but he's going to do that. Maybe he's gonna. It was really intriguing to seem calm and change everything around but in education. The boasts intriguing. Part was that every time it was right. It was right people were so you have no idea designers. Were like crying over like the not crying literally like you like so upset that the layouts change and everything i was thinking but he's right and we had arguments argument some of the staff. I remember but much better in makes sense. Now it makes sense the stories better and people get like really like attached to their own work. I guess yeah. What a magnificent thing to be able to witness and to learn and be part of alex g. q. And you mentioned that you worked with our director. Mary shanahan and i read that she. You've said that she helped you clearly. Understand how an image can function. And i'm wondering if we talk a little bit about what that means and what she taught. Well i think she was the one who appeared on top of the i by saying like pushing this idea of the point of view that everything comes down to point of view everything comes down to vision and to a to express that vision in a very simple manner and i think that i learned that from her and she was very a definite about that. I think like really felt like oh complete. The circle here like the understanding of like to pass information the proper way in a practical way for my father and being a journalist understood the artistry and shuffling. And what you can do as an image and now you can say something in this way if you make the image decides on this way if you make the mich this is a little bit like the complete approach to the build up of a magazine but then a learn from mary that oh this is great but what is it. That is inside image. And what is that point of view and now to pass on that information as an art director into the dog refer so that point of view is palatable relevant and on point and that i felt like ooh i can't be an auditor straits and then the left i know i know and then and then lieberman was really pissed so after a year and a half g q betty carter. The former editor of esquire and the newly minted editor of a brand new magazine called new york woman. Invited you to become the founding art director. And i remember when the magazine i came out i actually had a friend who worked there as a copy editor and there was so much excitement about the launch. And i read that. You had many epic battles over the tone of the magazine you wanted to be cool and clean and they wanted it to be warm and cozy which seemed very odd for a new york woman type magazine. How did you manage looking back on it. How would you describe that time. Well well yes. I remember you mentioning that. Yes that's true. Add a couple of Battles with some of the stuff but not was betsy really. Because i think betsy understood at you know like it was late. Eighty s late eighties. S new york. City come on like the time. The city was the coolest was the place was the center of the world. I mean if anything and anything that was happening was happening in new york. So of course. I wanted to best photographers. Of course i wanted you know like the thing to be the coolest thing possible. Yes there was. It was american express was doing the magazine. Show is big. Let's say and but we we went against that. I think ni- yes. We different wanted the magazine to be cool to be like you know quite fashiony. At the time i remember. If that's the first i worked. Peter lindbergh was that new york woman. And that's the first time actually. Peter lindbergh Worked in america and then other talk. I like patrick. Demarchelier work there. Like spiel mccall package you know cast for at the time that were working for forecasts at sani. They were working in europe. More actually european stock strangely enough because also like mr lebron was not up left communist. He had he said he had plans for me..
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Buddhist Geeks
"The practicalities of had a run a group of the long Hannity decision making had handled powder. Conflict Accountability List of we've got an outline on the Hamdan Awoke, comprehensive program, and then on the practice side with just. Yesterday launched thing wiggling Microsoft Harrity practice week and that's GonNa be a mid-may. So I don't know if the podcast will come out full then but we gotta be doing. I've been feeling about it, which is gonNA be like. Think Peter Lindbergh closer wisdom Jin. It's going to the gym but instead of working at your muscles. Will get you high and your communication skills. So it's that's good at it. So I think we're going to run a few of that's going to be online. Yeah. Yeah. Because everyone's online at the moment they of course, I'm up for playing with zoom kind different conversation styles can be kind of relational breaks. Can we try from from homes of these video conferences? I suspect we're GONNA have a few of those because the the immediate reception from just being live for days in. Really warm. Any. Idea there saying we'll have ninety minutes and is a little bit of a presentation in practice with. Strangers and It's been yet most of the time in the action and then a little bit distinct about what you might have that it to what are some of the extractions behind it. Cool that sounds great well, I would encourage everyone who wants to practice. Different kind of way of. making decisions and being with other people. I. Don't know how you describe this. It's so encompassing it's hard to describe it. I really feel like the language is lacking. In. With us the decentralized organizing. As a as a kind of casual because thank decentralized is not very well defined. You the intention that were not totally centralized doesn't really tell you what shape it is and organizing rather than organizations because we we're gonNA stations, but also with a lot of networks imagined at school as well. And then I've sat in cleaning this language Microsoft. framework for thinking about groups, which is just my. My need to define the nine space. Which? Sits yes. Seems to be providing some better because some people get too caught up with just. Defining Mine Lexicon which. Hasn't show. Cummings as well. I'm ready trying to provide a translation land so that people can find their links to the to the source material and remixed in their way. Yeah Yeah. It's beautiful. Well, good luck with the work and. I hope we can stay connected through twitter and other means. Yeah. I appreciate your work to it's it's really good to feeling. I call this long sightedness. Will we get to thank bullets for second from the thing that we're? From a personal mission and just look to the side and see someone else alongside. During the missionary Jason like it's it's not exactly the same, but it really helps the goals the biggest calls. So I'm I'm really pleased. Put a face at a buddy to the to the head. You Rich. To be here with you. Thanks for having me. Yeah. My poor. Yeah. Thank you..
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"By beaver lake road and ninety Fifth Avenue also have a crash on highway five westbound near the airport right around four ninety four and thirty fourth Avenue your five I witness news weather forecast mostly clear skies tonight fifty seven year low partly cloudy eighty two tomorrow right now the my talk studios seventy one and sunny. turning to entertain you. this is. everything you need to know from the world of entertainment and pop culture heard at the top of every hour on my top one oh seven one seven and what have you learned to learning a martial is leading the celebrity tributes to famed photographer Peter Lindbergh who died yesterday at the age of seventy four in a post on her official Sussex royal Instagram account Megan shared a photograph of herself with Lindbergh and she hand picked the photographer for her fifteen women that she named forces of change for the September issue of British vogue cover which Markel guest edited and this guy just died he just died at the age of seventy four yesterday we don't know the cause of his death but if you look around the fashion world today on social media a lot of tributes are going around for Peter Lindbergh if you saw one of his photographs you would totally know black and white really natural low I love to talk. this this British vogue yes you did okay. and maybe because it be age nine oh to one oh has been kind of a hit this summer it seems that mark Paul Gosselaar Mario Lopez Elizabeth Berkley are reportedly in talks to participate in some kind of saved by the bell revival so well aid I can't be as clever is B. H. nine NO two right now they already have the handle on that I love that show it's only like a six episode though but it's just such an upside down let you have it show I mean at the inside making this show it's like an entourage or episodes but not quite at that level.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast
"The calls we've discussed our ongoing every week. There's something you can get access to his well. And I think we can probably wrap it up here. Right. Anything else you wanna wrap up with about sovereignty. Yeah. I think that sovereignty is becoming more and more relevant in our times, in part, because of the factors that we talked about that the world is becoming more chaotic people's meaning structures and identity structures, crumbling, and sovereignty is how they can operate in this world more effectively without getting swept up into something. Or an ideology, or some sort of a political system that tries to control them, or just being in a in a unpleasant state, not being able to make sense of anything not being able to make decisions you know, being in a perpetual state of outrage. That's just not fun. It isn't a lot of the, the states that these different Meam tribes, put you into are not healthy not productive. Don't feel good. They don't feel good to other people. You're trying to recruit either in the whole thing is just kind of one dimensional in, in boxing in very isolating, but they serve a purpose. They provide an identity and meaning structure. So if you can deconstruct you know, having the need for an extra external meaning structure in an externally defined identity. The new can actually be more sovereign. Did we expand enough on the meaning crisis or do you want to just do that in another time another one? Yeah. Actually, we're gonna, there's a great lecture series by John Vaki. I hope I'm pronouncing that right. It's very, very long. I think it's twenty hours currently in is going to be at fifty hours when it's done will link to it in the show notes and. It talks about the meaning crisis that we're going through right now. It takes kind of a very multi prong approach to it from mythology anthropology you know what's happening in the world right now. It's really, really interesting. I think you guys will like it from the way it sounds so far and only listened to a couple of them. It sounds like he's going through all the different steps of the spiral dynamic stages. Like he's kind of defining the lower stages through stories, and then telling the next stage. So I have a feeling he's going to go through all of that. I don't know for sure. But yeah, I've noticed that pattern is well, I don't know if I don't think he's explicitly mentioned it, but the interesting thing is that spiraled. Amick stages, also parallel the stages of human evolution, but they also parallelist ages of individual evolution from childhood to adult on societal and societal. Yeah. So yeah, so you mentioned him because we're we're we've signed up to do an interview with him, right? Yeah. We're going to do. An entry with him shortly. So that's gonna be fun. Yeah. That will be. Yeah. So we've got that coming up. We're gonna talk about m- tribes and the meaning crisis in the future. And I think probably the next one we're going to do is about sparkley AmEx and actually we could link in the medium tribes to that one, too, because we did that in the course. So we could probably expand on that, that one's a lot of fun. The idea is that you're looking out at the different Meam. Tribes, that exists in this can be like the intellectual dark web or social Justice worry movement, or I mean name a couple of others. I can't think of a whole lot. Yeah. In cells. Yeah. Yeah. There's we actually have a huge spreadsheet that we have mapped out all the different spiral dynamic levels to of all of the different Meam tribes that exists today and the spreadsheets fantastic. If you're interested in learning more about me, and tribes. It's just like it's so thorough all of the different we found it from the article Peter Lindbergh. And I can't remember the name of the other guy. I'm really sorry. But we will link to it actually in the show. There's gonna be a ton of links in that article with from Peter Lindbergh, I think, is a fantastic article but meaning crisis in about Memed tribes. Awesome. We base so much content in one of our lessons on that article, so. Yeah, interesting stuff, go.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"So everybody was kind of into with what we were doing and what the important. Sense of giving the actors not just lady Gaga, and Bradley, but everyone, you know, Sam Andrew all of them had had to have a safe space. You know? So they could be the characters they're meant to be. And then they could explore you know, we had to do two takes or Fred to do ten takes. There was no negativity. And I think that comes from the top it comes from Bradley sort of attitude towards, you know, how you approach is trying to shoot a scene is the same way he approaches China craft the performance, it's like, that's awesome. But about this way, or you know, something's wrong. What is it? What is it? What is and not being rushed by time. Even though we were rushed by time. He never succumb to it. It's nice to have that leadership even as cinema Taga for Yosso used to maintaining pace as much as I was technically trying to make it a safe space for the actors. He was actually making a safe space for me. Now there there's one scene during which lady Gaga character. Allie goes to photo shoot. And there you are as photographer. Yeah. How stretch how did you get that role? I asked one day. I said we're talking about the scene. I said who's playing the photographer because I thought it would bring a ringer somebody. You know, we'd seen Peter Lindbergh onset shooting who's a legend absolute legend, influenced me, and I I figured we'd get some, you know, heavyweight photographer curious who might be the in Bradley said you. Are you serious? And then I thought about it. You know, I I had hosted the AFC awards three years in a row and the first year in the first year, I did it. It was kind of a rush actually, you know, sort of exercising different muscles and doing something different. But this was altogether different than that. When I do the AFC awards, I host its I I look at the audience, and I know that I know everybody out there. But there's something different to being in front of a camera. And if you over think it, you know, so he just said be yourself. Just be you. You know, you're not playing anybody but yourself so that may be filled easier. I even found the Cameron once you know, 'cause I knew the blocking anyway, so I myself accordingly. Was that the first time he did a cameo? Yeah. It is. Although there was a written line for me. I didn't remember it. So I just sort of just improvised. No Anderson there actually, a number of crew members that had cameos in this movie who some of the others. I think the only one I remember in the film that's still in we shut numerous cameos from our crew, but our property master, Mike Sexton was the doctor who injects Bradley as he had some, you know, a bag of pills or a prescription. Let's say he was in. We had our script. Supervisor Lynn who was also in the film. But I think that part got cut out, and then our first AD Shelly Ziegler was also in the film in an section. She might be in at the tail end around the time that Gaga played in the form. She's a stage manager so everybody had to play a role, but it was within our zone. Favorite scene in the film? You know, I've been asked that I gravitate towards the exterior parking lot at the beginning of the film because the whole secrets from the time he asks her out at the club that she's performing at to going to the cop bar, and sort of having that sort of get to know you chat, and then the supermarket, and then it culminates kind of in the parking lot where she sing shallow for the first time to me. That's exemplifies what it feels like to go on that magical first date. Right in this psalm Lee of the day..
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"But when I go to buy the magazine when I show up at the job, I'm just Cindy, it's like a team that gets you to be Cindy Crawford. And I guess that that kind of thing reminds you of that. There was this group of models myself, and Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista Naomi Campbell. Claudia Schiffer we we looked good together. But we didn't we weren't like, all blond hair blue. I we all had our own kind of look in her own thing going, and there was kind of all this hype about models. But then there was this one moment in time where there'd been a British vogue cover that Peter Lindbergh had shot and George Michael saw that. And he's like, I want those girls in my next video then Johnny for Saatchi took most of the same girls and had in his show with George Michael in the audience with that song playing and it was just like this moment. It was like. Wow. This to me that was like the biggest supermodel moment of my career, fashion and music for the first time together in a way that was being viewed by the masses. It was like, okay. That's that's like the arrival of the supermodel. When I started becoming famous as a model and people knew my name that was something that I noticed that. My dad really liked again is because of family name wasn't gonna end with my brother like, okay, you're still Crawford in nineteen Ninety-one. Cindy Crawford married. Richard Gere when they met Richard had been a famous movie star and celebrity for years and Cindy was a supermodel on the rise. The spotlight on their relationship was to say, the least intense the marriage only lasted for years, but Cindy says what she learned during that time helped her in so many ways including preparing her for the wonderful marriage. She has today with her husband Randy when I was probably at the height of my career, you're so busy just doing it every day that you don't kind of feel what's going on in the outside world. It was before, you know, Twitter and Facebook, you didn't really know how many fans you had you measured it by. Like old fashioned fan letters that came in the mail, my friend, her Brits. Who's also an amazing photographer was having a barbecue. And I went to his house, and there was a lot of really cool people there. I was like, wow, Jack Nicholson, and that's you know, it was like I was still most twenty one. It was still all new to me. But I met Richard Gere. There we pretty much started dating right away. And when I was with him. That's when I was becoming well known as well. And when I would see how he was with fans when they approached him a lot of times, you know, wouldn't be a good moment to sign an autograph or shake a hand or take a picture. But I got to look to him to see how he created boundaries for himself. That felt good being a nice girl from the midwest. My inclination is always to give and say, yes because I want people to like me. But then I saw Richard do no way. It was like, you know, what? Sorry, I'm not doing that. But I see you. He felt that really is just about. Making that connection looking someone in the eyes and making sure that they felt seen and that was it like you didn't have to do the picture. You don't have to do the autograph. But to take that moment just to make a human connection. I think a lot of what happened with Richard. I was I was still twenty two and at twenty two as a young woman. I was kind of still figuring out who I was in what I wanted to be. And you know, he was already thirty seven. So in some ways, he knew that I was still growing in changing. I didn't wanna hear it from him. Because at twenty two you think, you know, everything, and you think you're already formed, and then you realize ten years later, you're like, oh my gosh. They were totally right. I think you're twenties for women is such a time where you're starting to come into your own and feel your own power and connect to your inner strength, and it's hard to do that..
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Seven three thirty seven hundred Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred Tonight, we, explore the, deep Lucy Going down to figure out just what is. Under what is swimming under there Some of the darkest stories come from, the ocean and you, know what's odd now is that with. The heat waves they're saying that. The of course the waters are heating up they did a test, over test, your San Diego found that the water was hot seventy nine degrees they say and If you look on the internet, if you look in the papers have you read anything you know, that shark attacks have, been on the rise you know that. These types of predators in the. Oceans and it's a wonder you know if you know the oceans, are safe, anymore Because shark attacks, have been, on the rise with more attacks reporting worldwide In the past few years than in any, other time on. Record there was a survey that was taken the international shark attack file a database of shark attacks maintained by, the Florida museum of natural history includes a yearly summary of unprovoked attacks aggressive interactions initiated by sharks against people in. In a sharks habitat without any prior contact about back in twenty fifteen we had ninety eight attacks There were eighty eight attacks in two thousand just going down the list of all of. Them and I'm seeing here Increased number of tax. Likely not indicate sharks are attacking people frequently rather, than human populations are. Growing so they're more people swimming and surfing and so all that splashing is attracting the sharks. They're tracking the sharks But we. Have a lot of shark concerns right now in. Australia in Florida apparently Right now let's see it was think it was last year was it that was about, a hundred and seven people in different parts of the world were bitten by sharks eight of those people died and I know. That doesn't sound like a a large number when you're talking, about a global thing. But when it comes to sharks and human interaction unprovoked attacks that is pretty high one hundred seven still trying to get the latest stats that I guess last year is the best, I can do. Because I'm going through all the stats right now. From the international shark, attack file one hundred sixty four reports in two thousand fifteen those are unprovoked. Attacks And they're saying it's because the world population if we continue our upsurge world population and if we continue, to have an. Interest in aquatic recreation then we realistically should be. Seeing more shark attacks The are saying though the shark populations are declining right now, they're they're holding at greatly reduced levels in. Many areas of the world so they're blaming. That on overfishing habitat loss all this so when. You're looking at a year to year variability and local be Roger ocean graphic and, socio economic conditions you see how this, influences the shark attacks and so we start looking at shark, bites injuries you look at people fighting off sharks The question is though, are we seeing an increase well it's because. More people are using the ocean at least. That's what they're saying more people in the ocean. That means more people having shark attacks The? Odds though are still that it's not likely. That you'll be, attacked, by a shark in your lifetime you know this is this is one of, those things. Where you have a what is it, what an in seven hundred thirty million. Millions chance so your, your your your chances of? Being, attacked by a shark are one in seven, hundred thirty eight million that's being. Bitten by a great white. Shark surfers are one in seventeen million And scuba divers? You? Have a one in thirty six million chance. Of being attacked, by, a shark but when you see movies like the Meg and you see movies, like jaws. And you watch shark week you thinking. Everybody's being attacked by a shark and And why did the haunted ambitious show at the time it wasn't a sharks terrifying they were submarine, accidents going on I think it was the Kursk That was that's how long. Ago was the Kursk actually had There was a story about this Russian submarine that went down and a lot of people thought that it was. Attacked by some see monster because of what they reported said they saw some, mass coming at them and then you know what it was and so you when you have a, mass coming, at you and, you, don't know what it is you know, they eventually said, well look like a mountain coming at us which once again they would know where a. Mountain was, or they didn't see a, mountain coming out them I mean they said a. Huge mass but then it was written up as A huge, mountain was in, the way of the curse can that's why it went down so I did the haunted. Abyss show, and ended up doing a, show called return to the Bermuda triangle I think it's on the internet you can look that up to if you want to look at that show it was an amazing. Success two years later though what was really a big honor for me was that I was granted the first interview with Peter Lindbergh of the ocean x team to. Discuss the Baltic Sea anomaly you may remember that in two. Thousand twelve the ocean, extreme actually dove down to a circle shaped object in the Baltic Sea and actually better. Than ever experienced before I thought it. Was just a stone or a rock clip but after further observations the. Object appeared more like. A huge mushroom rising ten to thirteen, feet from the seabed it had rounded, sides on rugged edges the. Object had an egg shaped hole leading into. It from the top that was the opening and then on. Top of the object they. Also found strange stone circle formations almost looking like small fireplaces the stones were covered in something resembling soot The path to the object of. Course there's a path leading up to where the object was resting bay said it look like. A runway or a downhill path. That is flattened out at sea bad like something maybe crashed into the ocean, and then slid that way. Before it finally, ended, in the seabed there the fascinating thing was that the object resemble the millennium falcon from Star Wars and there was speculation that what we observed or what was down. There was a USO or an identified submerge object meaning that this could have been some sort of alien spacecraft that had crashed in the Baltic Sea what's interesting out. Of all the things and all the speculations and after interviewing. The leader of the, ocean x team it was funny because while the media was writing off the possibility of. Being an alien spaceship the team on. Ocean x. Lindbergh told me he said they had no question there was. No question that what. They were looking at was something that, was a spaceship and then all of, a sudden something happened where. You didn't hear about the Baltic Sea anomaly Anymore and so I can tell you there's something quite mysterious about the ocean and what may be lurking in the waters below and I tell you that that whole interview. With the the oceanic team was amazing it was just an amazing thing to, be able to talk about that and so it's that's why I say this is the this is the, topic I really love I don't talk about all that much on my show but when things happened in the. Ocean when I started hearing about things like shark attacks and I start hearing about fish die offs and I I, hear about globs tres okay that's the thing that really gets me these weird things that wash, up on the shore but no one knows what they are going to Joshua. Calling in from Georgia hi Joshua young ground zero.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Scandalous Beauty - A Makeup and Beauty Podcast by Erin Baynham
"Single social media aspect and facebook. My my instagram. Whatever you know and people actually calling me up and asking me and say thank you. I'm like thank you for. What thank you for things like. Women look looking beautiful. I'm like does not need me for that. I'm just doing my job. That's what i'm trying to do. That's what i get paid to do you know and it just it just kind of in automated people feel like they seen their coloring being right you know and i and i and i get it i get it i see it but it just like to me just like it doesn't just work. This is what i get paid to do this. What what. I went to school to do. Yeah this is what twenty something odd years in my career train me to do you know and i don't need change. Some color is completely to make them. You know and and and to make them look right because i i can't do that. Color alternate pulping to make it look decent. I mean yeah so speaking of that so because of course we have questions. We had a bunch of people submit questions. When you're applying. 'cause people were excited. I'm excited. I ran around the house and all that kind of stuff going crazy just because i was so excited. This is amazing but as far as makeup went for black panther which. I didn't mean to jump here but i'm glad you did it because it needs to be taught though this is there's no order to any of this. I'm curious about how much makeup you actually use. It seems like an every podcast episode. We talk about this whole instagram makeup phenomenon or even like a youtube where people were practically putting on as much makeup as humanly possible to execute a look. Gosh i'm like okay. You know what. I sometimes i i do. I i'm guilty. I do watch the instagram. I do watch some of the You know some of the youtube channels and things like that like and sometimes it's not sometimes because it's good and sometime because it's horrible. What could they possibly have done to to to create that. Look it just it just like a train wreck you see car accident. You just can't look away. You know and i don't use a lot of makeup. I mean it's like it's all about you know it's our thing is for me. I don't. I don't like using a lot of makeup. I like being the skin. Peter lindbergh when i shot him with janet in For the pepsi commercial. He told me the best thing for me to do is making the skin look. Flawless and the skin would never look flawless. If you cannot see their own skin underneath ooh.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"And david being who he was when completely the other the other way so his whole ream it was to do an anti an anti pretty picture so he would use louvred lighting awkward louvred lighting costing light on the background all these kinds of tropes of what it was to be a bit nath a bit tacky a bit off a bit weird and push it into your face and and therefore creating something completely new and hadn't been seen and he's most wellknown of an amazing effort calvin klein images later and of course kate moss as rise them i mean an obsession at an off he shot the obsession note under that that was a but that was marisa relative that our image as yet add straight image of from kevin claim that air is due to him no or an s exactly what happened was that this group of photographers changed fashion overnight forever and the power of that was such that it couldn't be denied now we're very powerful creative directors of the day namely far beyond baron who was the creative director of help his bizarre the great bastion of american fashion the home of avidan and all those guys back in the days in the fifties and sixties and he took this new generation and scold them if you like in commercial fashion photography so he took the rawness he took the the the creative boundary pushing and his philosophy was the magazine could have a couple of stalwarts at the time i believe it was patrick demange clearing is now a controversial figure of course and peter lindbergh seed have to save pairs of hands but at the top of what they were doing and then you'd give three or four of the young guns the opportunity to grow and to make it freshen exciting and he did so with help is bizarre.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"It was she was a little girl from croydon south london suburb very working class toy tore lie that and obviously they had so much in common how they grew up where they grow up a resonating beautifully absolutely and that's that that was the power that was demonstrated in that story she so one photo editorial completely made everything that came before that the the glamour of the supermodel short by herberich the idealized perfection this kind of greek goddess notion of beauty or even the peter lindbergh a beautiful woman in the in in a city scape gone this gu free gorky blow legeard funny tooth's nadal tooth working class girl made everything but came before it look tired look oldfashioned look irrelevant a and everyone hated it and was it when it hit the newsstands as they say was a immediately recognized there was immediately derided by the fashion establishment it was sitas ugly and it was seen as a matter it was seen as just not russian so there was a a little story of how shoots got done in those days with cornyn and fell because the art director she took some pictures into the office and fill didn't like them or light some and not the others so there was an argument about imagery about the editing essentially but everyone was so passionate it was it became life or death live or die and incurring actually threatened and did so she went into the toilet and was going to flush the negatives down the toilet if fell didn't acquiesced to choice so these would times where people care that much and so there was an awkward very awkward transition for carin because ninety july ninety eight was the third summer of love that we're talking about the editorial.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Friends negotiations are underway edible no i could see why you'd wanna robot in solve met her me why is that niche with what our dads not virtual robot maybe houses cars might have the sixth and final season after all but kevin spacey won't be involved a source says that the cast and crew will now by thanksgiving and the riders are already retooling the plot to account for kevin's absence yes thank you that's what we wanna do we just have the show starring robin right and yet on whether that's what we wanted it to be all along way masaari nova's so true that hindsight is 2020 earth is that how that goes or revisionist history may talking about uh britney spears of the social media over the weekend to reveal that she has sagged major in the pipeline she shared a picture gave tiger for peter lindbergh of peck on the inside the caps and secret project oh air assuming this those means that britain has started working on a follow up to her last album or maybe she's pregnant or something maybe she's finally going to get off like thing where she was going to like sign off on everything with your dow yeah uh uh i don't know if prop more likely she's working under music but i am for it yesterday more brittany and finally sore brag narok held onto the top spot at the box office for a second straight week taking in fifty six point six million dollars daddy's home to premiered in second place with thirty million dollars and murder of the orient express was a close third with twenty point two million dollars eyeing and none of those are things i'm excited about why well after we heard from paul maguire grimes are our movie reviewers that murder on the worry antics press wasn't all that exciting i didn't i don't wanna see that oh i don't get daddy's home to i don't i don't even actually remembered the first one neither and that is a one it was just call daddy sell though all right of recall those one and because you know when they make the first one i don't know that they always know that they're gonna make a sire i wrote zip never say something his first annual to donny love i need with uh all.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Movie Crush
"We on the people mover and then suddenly you would be on the game grid in the hung as were common almost squash you and then you'd go inside the light cycle maize again and you know in the prison in the erc breakdowns i did i was in his own here fulltime so those are all like very there vera deep embedded childhood memory that's owning and but but it there's nothing about the movie now when i watch it it it means every bit as much to me is no there are plenty of movies i loved that i can't i can sort of go what does it hold up the i'm not able to see if it doesn't hold up play utilize asia for the first time so your experience is your experience and i totally respect that but i k it's i mean i've brainwash myself i've still watching thea god this is ahead of its time god this yard it's so good well was ahead of its time because it was in a little research today it is bit was one of the very first movies to use computer enemy at all yeah and this guy alone m who's the director the director is heard your early even liz burger oh email it early early rows age peter lindbergh i think your john yes john landsberg from they might be giant stephen lewis burger and he uh it was kind of a not kind of it was a passion project for him like he thought of this world and was ahead of his time and couldn't get any one to make it ten like sunk his own money until like a test shots in with took it around the studios and was like look at what i have looked at this amazing thing there was like man i don't know about that and finally disney took a flyer in said all right we'll give you like 10 million bucks or whatever which was huge because he wasn't in the disney clan right he was an outsider and he said he always felt that way too which is kind of satin but um it was way ahead of its time and noone knew what they were seeing yeah like now for someone like me to watch it has never seen it before.
"peter lindbergh" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"peter lindbergh" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"peter lindbergh" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"peter lindbergh" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"peter lindbergh" Discussed on Fashion No Filter
"Okay. So I have I have I have one for you. There's a place in Paris cold poets, which is its muscle. Which is I think it's fairly new. I mean, I'm not in Paris too often anymore, and I do feel a little bit like a tourist Mina says he when I do go Botts. We went lost time. I was that first of all the interior. I think it's an old charge will something had like mosaics will around frisks gold. Like, oh my goodness. It was absolutely stunning. And then the ball is an old like CLYDE don't even know how to describe it. It was so beautiful. It's really interesting because in Paris. So on the one hand there's these incredibly well designed with great food as well. And then you also can go to these tiny little old fashioned decorated charming places, of course. And I remember we were taken by a friend who was a chef at do the to that pizza place in the eighteenth. And he is going to kill me when you want to go. We're not supposed to say this. We're say it's tiny. It's called pizza began day. It is the most chiming. It's by these. I mean, I don't know. How many times will listen to us like peace on listen. It's but it's probably the best pizza. I've ever had in my life. It really like there's more table. Yeah. It's tiny. In the restaurant, and they all making the food on your lap. Like, the the oven the pizza oven is literally next. You're stealing. Eating. I was like nicking it off the pizza before he was bringing it to us. But the food we ordered. I don't know how many times might have been five of us. I think we will did like nine Pete's because he wants to try them. All it was fantastic. I one of the most was during fashion week actually was one of those what we do during this is what we do drink -solutely. Yeah. So let's talk about influencers and influence on the way that we know consume it. So for me influencing an influence on social media has become this wide-ranging thrown on because whereas ten fifteen years ago people looking for inspiration in the fashion world would have to go and look through fashion archives. Maybe go to a library, if you speak essential Muslim students, and they're obsessed with it a lot of people who can find their curation of influence through Instagram has they discover and they see that their followers follow. And you could find, oh, you know, like archive pictures from ninety Peter Lindbergh that have an incredible amount of influence on designers today in their collections. Just as even the way we're dressing ourselves. I mean, I think if you see a beautiful picture peach limbo like with a shut off the shoulder. Russia would not it's spy you to not button up your Shas, and where it off the shoulder. And this kind of inspiration is endless you can find anything. And I mean, while I'm sure some fashion students still do go and actually look up these references in a library. I'm pretty sure most people, and you might be in Timbuktu, and you can still be part of the fashion dialogue through your feet. We're going to speak to Margaret saying now someone that I actually befriended on Instagram, and I'm sure lots of you follow as well and get to a little bit more about what it takes to be very successful Instagram ah, so just bumped into long lost Instagram friend, Margaret, the people that I met on Instagram. We did we did it on. Long. Now, we have actually what originally struck you about Margaret's Instagram puck captions with really funny on point. But also like if you've been on have feed, it is an extremely colorful original one of a kind Margaret I feel that you were super head of the game. When a lot of people, including bloggers were really using it as kind of like a window into like that blocking world, you really already were treating it like its own editorials of entity. Thanks almost feel like we should be talking to you, not just from the influence a point of view, but actually from like more of a business points few because you'd be advising bronze on why. It's so important to have a strong Instagram profile, can you please through what you would recommend.