Good Light Stories - Nuances, Shadows and Reflections on Seeing
Aired On: Jul 28, 2011
Paul Lange speaks about the importance of light in his work and how visual ideas connect to a bigger story.
A prominent fashion photographer in New York City for over 25 years, Paul Lange's work has been featured in such publications as Vogue, Glamour, GQ, Mademoiselle, Bazaar, Elle, British Vogue and The New York Times, among others. Celebrity portraits range from Halle Berry, Uma Thurman, Tyra Banks, Liv Tyler and Natalie Portman to Hillary Clinton, Oprah and...
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