Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Set
Hi, girls! Yesterday I made up the numbers until 4am for a TV movie with Lorie. The shooting ended at 4 am and as I got up at 7 am, please accept my apologies for my face at how "light" today!. Just kidding . . I am not in very good shape now but still! That's the application that allows iPhone AgingBooth to see how we will when we're old . . It promises!. Not a fan of leggings, but I love the shirt! You've bought so far? Because no way to find it in my Zara. Because waiting in line for three hours in pouring rain without an umbrella or friends, press for a sale and spend a salary in ten minutes . . . "passion" is not too much!. Philippe Halsman was born May 2, 1906 into a Jewish family in Riga in Latvia to a dentist father and a mother a professor of grammar. He has a passion for photography from the age of 15. In September 1928, he moved with his father Morduch in the Austrian Alps, and after a walk together, his father is found dead with numerous bruises to the head. Probably did it fall in a vacuum but as there was no witness, Philippe was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the murder of his father. The incident has an impact internationally, anti-Jewish propaganda burst and many celebrities including Albert Einstein and Thomas Mann are the party of Philippe. After four years in prison, Philippe is released on condition that he permanently leaves Austria. He then moved to France in Paris, where he helped to fashion magazines such as Vogue and soon obtained the reputation of one of the best portrait photographers in France. He opened a studio in 1934 in Paris, where he photographed including Andre Gide, Malraux, Chagall, Le Corbusier. During this period he photographed Fernandel, including a retrospective book released in 2005. . When France was invaded during the German occupation, he moved to Marseille where he attempts to obtain a U. S. visa, aided by friends of the family of Albert Einstein. In America, it was noticed by his first photographic success in 1941: the campaign for Elizabeth Arden cosmetics brand with model Constance Ford leaning against the American flag for the lipstick "Victory Red". In 1942, he was hired by Life, photographing fashion hats with a mannequin who was wearing Lilly Dach a, which marks his first magazine cover. Many more will follow. In the 1940s, he worked for several years with the artist, surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, he depicts in his photographs, publishing a book together in 1954 "The Dali whiskers" containing 36 different pictures of the mustache Dali. In 1947, he created what would become one of the most famous portraits of Albert Einstein. That same year, Philippe Halsman was commissioned by NBC to photograph various popular artists, actors and actresses of the era such as Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Groucho Marx and Bob Hope. While he was photographing, he captured many of them standing in the air, which later inspired the series of jumps in the air (Jump Sitting), where he photographed the Ford family, The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Marilyn Monroe, Maria Felix, Richard Nixon, Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Kim Novak . . Philippe Halsman told that "When you ask someone to jump in the air, her attention is focused directly to the action of jumping and the mask falls so that the real person to appear. " He developed a philosophy and photography of jumps, which he calls "jumpology". In 1959 he published "Philippe Halsman's Jump Book" which contains 178 photographs of celebrities jumping in the air. Among other personalities he photographed include Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren (promotional photos for the film The Birds), Judy Garland, Winston Churchill, Dorothy Dandridge, Pablo Picasso, Marlon Brando, Lauren Bacall, John F. Kennedy, Grace Kelly, elizabeth arden eight hour set Taylor, Louis Armstrong, Woody Allen, Barbra Streisand, Sophia Loren, and many of which will make the cover of Life. In 1958 Philippe Halsman receives the distinction of "ten greatest photographers in the world", which includes Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier-Bresson, and in 1975 he was presented with the prize "the Life Achievement Award in Photography" American Society for the famous magazine photographers. He also conducted many exhibitions of his work throughout the world. He died June 25, 1979 in New York at the age of 73. We only know two photo shoots of Brigitte Bardot by Philippe Halsman, in the early 1950s. A session in the apartment of Brigitte, and another sitting outdoors at the beach, where Brigitte was in a bathing suit. . . .