Especially when you are advertising a product, I talk to the photographer and we create a character - it always gives you more freedom because it makes it less about yourself.
I'm not a photographer, so I need all the help I can get when it comes to make a picture look cool.
You have to assume that everything you do is public knowledge. Everything. Because now everyone is a reporter. Everyone is a photographer.
I've been a documentary photographer for much longer than I have been a filmmaker.
The still image continues to have a ton of strength. An image taken out of context from one fraction of a second to the next can tell a story, and if photographers are looking to tell a certain story, they can curate those slices of time to their advantage.
My big dream was to work as a photographer for 'National Geographic.'
As an avid photographer, I also took advantage of the latest technology in photography - digital photography - to post photos on my website on a daily basis.
A lot of paparazzi wanted to be real photographers but they failed, and they did that instead, and it's not right; it's stalking.
I think photographers are too polite. There is not enough anger in photography; it's pretty much trivialized.
I've done a lot of commercial work. I'm the complete photographer.
Photographers and people do try to take advantage of you. You just have to stand your ground and prove you're not an easy target.
When people ask how have I kept on top, I have to say with the help of every photographer, make-up artist and hairdresser I've ever worked with.
Designers and photographers still want to work with me and I'm grateful for that. I don't know how long I'll carry on - as long as they'll have me.
I know that sometimes the chemistry just isn't there between the model, photographer, hair and make-up. It's nobody's fault and you just have to do better next time.
I'll always be an amateur photographer.
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