Skip to comments.Tim Tebow's Photo Shoot With Annie Leibovitz
Posted on 09/21/2012 7:31:35 PM PDT by nuconvert
Vogue isn't a magazine known for covering football, but its latest issue features plenty of Tim Tebow -- uncovered
(Excerpt) Read more at thepostgame.com ...
I think he can handle himself.
Uncovered? His shirt is off.
Yup. Guess we’ll have to wait for the magazine to come out to see if there’s more.
Annie’s working hard since she lost her nest egg to Bernie Madoff.
I hope not
Not exactly “uncovered.”
What I want to know is, what’s that girl got on her arm?
Ha. I doubt he’s nude.
Ha. I doubt he’s nude.
Don’t you have a pair?
Yeah, she had to sell off some property, too.
Annie never stopped working.
She is one of the best. She makes her stuff look so easy—and yet I have been trying to replicate something like her style for years. It is tough.
When the term Iconic is used for your photos, you’ve done something right!
People think other parties can control Tim but he is his own man. THEY are the ones chasing him, and Tim does not need any help. He’s agot a good chip on his shoulder and won’t succumb to the dark side.
He knows what he’s doing. Heck, his shirt is off and it’s not the end of the world. (maybe to the girl Freepers who probably fainted..)
I only use one....how do you do it?
ah, well....to each his own
It’s tricky business, he’s in. All traps.
I hope he is as strong and beautiful on the inside as he is on the outside...because he’s a major target. They want him to fall badly and will tempt him with all they got! Going to NY, he stepped into the lion’s den.
I hear he gives a lot of his earnings to a his Christian foundation. Money is a huge temptation. So is body beauty- being an idol. God protect him.
Oh, no kidding.
I have been a professional photographer all of my adult life.
I look at most of the “greats” and I just don’t see it. Arbus? I really don’t get that at all.
But I could study Ansel Adams all day (in fact I have studied his stuff for years.)
I tell folks its like when the Supreme Court declared “obscenity”....I know good when I see it. Everyone sees it differently—but that’s what makes art fun.
And no, Christ in anything other than a church really doesn’t do it for me.
Julius Shulman does it for me. Can’t get enough of his work.
That man is my hero, or one of them anyway. As I sit here in the Dawghouse behind me is a poster of him, somewhere on the N. California coast, standing behind a big view camera and smiling like the Cheshire cat. It was some Apple ad from the 90s I think, beautiful example of the Zone System.
Moonrise over Hernandez, bro. That is still a master work, even some 70 years later.
Oh my gosh, yummy! Thats a great pic of Tebow. Thanks for posting Nuconvert!
“Julius Shulman does it for me. Cant get enough of his work.”
Just checked him out on line. Very nice - thanks for the tip!
I'm in the minority, but I don't care for Ansel Adams. Nature looks better in color. Humans look more interesting in B&W IMHO.
I like the pic above with the tire. And he keeps his pants on in the photos. How refreshing!
make mine Weegee.
Agree about Adams - never really saw what the fuss was all about.
He looks tired.
I agree. Consider all the access she's had over the years, starting as a college kid/ "staff photog" for Rolling Stone in the 60's.
Her negative files have to be treasures of the recording popular culture of the 20th century.
Oh yeah, Weegee! I have his collection too. Can’t get any more raw than that. Great eye.
There used to be a freeper named weegee. He was a huge fan, obviously. Hasn’t posted in over 3 years though.
Yousuf Karsh is one of my favorite portrait photog.
His picture of Lord Churchill is a classic. Winston was not cooperating with Karsh. Karsh finally grabbed the Dunhill out of Winnie's hand to get him to pose. Winnie gave that famous bull dog scowl in response which caught his resolve during WW2 and Karsh pushed the shutter. An icon of the icon.
“Tired” wasn’t exactly the word I was thinking. :)
Heh, last I heard, Annie Leibovitz was broke and getting evicted.
I think nu threw his other one down years ago.
In the back hallway of a photo store where I once worked was a photo of A.A. taking a school group picture.
Titled, “Hey, a photographer’s gotta make a living, too.”
I know of two bodies of work from Weegee.
The best known one is of all those photos from both the top and the bottom of New York society.
The other is a collection of abstract shots featuring various optical distortions using mirrors and so forth. Some of these were published in the 50’s in Mechanix Illustrated.
I was amused by the X-Files story of a photographer with the uncanny, perhaps psychic ability to be on the scene of murders taking place in the seamy byways of New York City. They found evidence (ambiguous, as always) that the man might be very old, perhaps even immortal—until the very end of the story. The photographer’s name was “Andrew Felig.”
muffed pun(t) indeed
You should look so tired
I saw a similar ad once ... I think it was for a place called “Atlas Bagels”.
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