Old friends Sandro Miller and John Malkovich have worked together for 17 years. Two years ago, Miller, wanting to pay tribute to his mentor, Irving Penn, came up with the idea for the photo of Truman Capote. Malkovich loved it. The story continued with recreations of 40 iconic photographs from the history of the medium, each one more astonishing than the next.
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