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Art, fashion, luxury … When celebrities strike a pose on Facetime

Art, fashion, luxury … When celebrities strike a pose on Facetime

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While the coronavirus pandemic is stopping studio photo shoots, many stars are taking pictures from home, on their iPhone, via the FaceTime application. A new approach to photo shooting that magazines and top brands are already fond of.

 

With nearly half of humanity locked in their homes, photographers have found a creative way to join the virtual movement: turning to remote shooting, via videoconferencing applications like FaceTime and post-production software like Lightroom.

 

This is the case, for example, of the American photographer Isaac Alvarez, who invites movie stars to take pictures of themselves with their own iPhone and then sends them to him so that he can create ultra-glamorous portraits of them.

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