The Rolling Stone Photographer- Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz shot John Lennon and Ono before

Annie Leibovitz started to work for  Rolling Stone since 1970 . Rolling stone magazine was just get launched by Jann Wenning,the founding editor of Rolling Stone.  The first work photographed by Annie Leibovitz was John Lenon in 1981, shot the day of Lennon’s death.

Photographs Annie Leibovitz 1970-1990

The Photograph shows John Lennon curling around Yoko Ono was named the  best magazine cover from the past 40 years by the American Society of Magazine Editors in 2005.

Leibovitz’s photography books

  • Photographs
  • Photographs Annie Leibovitz 1970-1990
  • Olympic Portraits
  • Women
  • Annie Leibovitz: American Music
  • A Photographer’s Life: 1990-2005
    (catalog for a travelling exhibit that debuted at the Brooklyn Museum in October 2006)
  • Annie Leibovitz at Work
  • Photographs from 1970-1990:

    Nude Demi Moore on Vanity Fair Cover

    Nude Demi Moore on Vanity Fair Cover

    The most recent collection of the influential woman photographer’s aspiring photographs- A Photographer’s Life: 1990-2005, includes the trademark celebrity portraits and Leibovitz’s personal life.

    The book:A Photographer’s Life: 1990-2005 was photographed with her own photograph kits in the 70s’: 35mm camera , b/w Tri X film.

    Photographs  from 1990-2005:

    The other stunning fashion photography by Annie Leibovitz  please visit:   Fashion Photography by Annie Leibovitz Must See

    Personally, I adores her works for those Fashion Magazines,  if you can remeber there as a series of “ALICE IN WONDERLAND” showing Natalia Vodianova role-playing Alice in gorgeous designer clothes, I really love Annie Leibovitz’s Storytelling.


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