“I am the luckiest person in the world! This is my secret. I do the thing I like the most: photography!” This is how Douglas Kirkland describes his job, famous especially for his photographs of celebrities, in his over 50 years long career, he has taken legendary portraits, some of them became a symbol of their time. I have fond memories of his way of taking us with him on more than 170 movie sets, photographing hundreds of actors and actresses, the most iconic faces of the cinema world. He captured them during sequences of films that are forever stuck...
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