Paolo Roversi is one of the biggest names in fashion photography. He’s brought the artform a very personal touch by using a wooden 20x25cm Deardorff camera with bellows, like some 19th-century portraitist, only with Polaroid. For Secrets, Roversi chose photographs representing the essence of his work: portraits, nudes, self-portraits and fashion photography.
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