Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Imitation or inspiration?

Often photographers get the order to portray a person in such a way as to resemble the form of film. Countless women (and many men) world recovered in the role Marilyn Monroe's dress billowing from the Straw widower and Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast at Tiffany's. Even relatively well-known people like Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton repeatedly posed for such photos. Pattern is not uncommon for pastiche is photography itself. Perhaps the best example is the work of Charles Ebbets in 1932 under the title Men on Beam at Rockefeller Center, also known as Lunch on the roof of a skyscraper. Theme of the pictures of the workers sitting high on a skeleton wysokościowca was repeatedly used. We had a version of the children, with actors from the show Friends. There were also brand advertising from the automotive industry - with an empty bar and suggesting that everyone just enjoy the discount on the car.