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Albert Watson

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on 28 April 2010

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ALBERT WATSON Albert Watson is a photographer known for his fassion and celebrity photography. He has been shooting for the past four decades for publications such as Vogue,Time, and Rolling Stone magazine. Watson began studied graphic design during college.
Although he was born blind in one eye, he studied photography as part of his curriculum. He moved from his home in Scotland to Los Angeles with his wife, he started taking pictures there as a hobby. An art director gave Watson some test shots, and two of his photos were purchased, and that is how his work was introduced. Celebrity Portraits Watson's first celebrity portrait. (1973)
Picture of Alfred Hitchcock holding a dead goose with a ribbon around its neck for the Christmas issue of Harper's Bazaar.
"He was the first famous person I ever photographed. I was 27, I was not long out of film school and yes, I was nervous. I was more nervous the four days before the shoot, when I knew I had to do it. Once I got there and got the camera in my hand, though, I was actually quite relaxed." -Watson
Grammy In 1975, Watson won a Grammy Award for the photography on the cover of the Mason Profitt album “Come and Gone”. "When I took my first photographs I definitely picked up an interest in photography," he says. "But I never continued it, and for about eight years I never really took a photograph." fashion Replication
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