From Beyoncé to Sinatra: Photos of the food and drinks stars demand


Brooklyn-based photographer Henry Hargreaves is a master of still life photography. His Band Rider series—made in collaboration with Caitlin Levin—is one of my favorites. Using a Flemish painting style, these photos portrait the food and drink that many famous artists demand in their shows, from Beyoncé Knowles and… » 2/21/14 4:46pm 2/21/14 4:46pm

Photographs of Famous Photographers Photographed by Another…

Photographer Tim Mantoani released a photo book of photographers holding their most famous photographs. That's it, I've seen it all. Photographs of photographers!? Get a rope. Anyway, many of them are special and stunning, and there's lots of cool celebrity shots, and one of Mandela that gave me the chills. Mantoani's … » 10/22/12 3:00pm 10/22/12 3:00pm

Terry Richardson Has A New Girlfriend, And She Works In Politics

Serial sexual-harasser (allegedly!) and famous fashion photographer Terry Richardson is dating Audrey Gelman, who serves as press secretary for Manhattan borough president (and 2013 candidate for the New York City mayoralty) Scott Stringer. The couple has been together since the spring, which is shortly after… » 7/20/11 12:14pm 7/20/11 12:14pm

The Day I Trailed A Paparazzo

"He comes out at eight," Wagner says. It's 7:45 am on Friday, and we're part of a small group gathered across the street from the apartment building where Michael Douglas lives. Everyone is a paparazzo except for me. » 10/12/10 1:16pm 10/12/10 1:16pm

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Photographers Explain "Puppy Love" Shoot: "It's Too Difficult To Find A…

As many suspected, peanut butter was involved. Here, photographers Leda and Pierre St. Jacques on charges that the dog was exploited, their choice of Jackson the dog over their own poodle, and why Leda suggests her single friends consider dogs. » 1/13/10 11:00am 1/13/10 11:00am

Quotes From The Players In The Great Photoshop Debate

As previously mentioned, lawmakers in France and Great Britain are pushing for disclaimers to be added to Photoshopped images. If you extract the quotes from the piece in today's New York Times, you get a sense of the conversation: » 9/28/09 2:20pm 9/28/09 2:20pm