Deborah Turbeville one of the most innovative fashion photographes passed away

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  1. MDR

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    Thanks for the article. She sure had a long and successful career.
     
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    That was great!

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    What a shame. Another of the "greats" is gone. Thanks for letting us know.
     
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    Very good article... thanks for posting!
     
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    Her and Helmut Newton, two of my favorites from the 70's and 80's.
     
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    Thank you agnosticnikon for your posts made me compare photos from both and look at the way the models are portrayed and there are quiet a few similarities strong female models in sexually charged situations or sexually charged themselves but not in a demeaning way imo. The 1970 to 80's really showed some strong females. I'd ad Guy Bourdin to those two. The triumvirate of powerful sexually charged portraits. Also love the color from that period. It also seems to me as if today's models are portrayed much weaker than those in 70's and 80's softer and less dramatic.