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    Links/Books On 1960s Fashion Photography?

    If anyone knows of publications or web links on/about 1960s fashion photography, I would appreciate it the information.

    ricardo

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    Dear Ricardo,

    GOODBYE BABY AND AMEN, David Bailey

    Not just fashion, but probably the most iconic book on fashion/celebrity photography in the 60s; arguably Bailey's best work.

    How much do you know already? You presumably know all the names: Terence Donovan, Brian Duffy, David Bailey etc.

    Cheers,

    R.

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    Roger,

    thanks for triggering my memory. I actually have all three photographers you mention bookmarked, but had forgotten about those bookmarks. I will get the book you recommended.

    I'm looking to send pictures/links to someon for "inspiration", if anyone has more links/suggestions, I'd appreciate it.

    Thanks

    ricardo

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    What about Parks? Norman Parkinson. Not just 1960s though.




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    i concur on all above names - another interesting guy is Melvin Sokolsky, a very creative photographer and a great example of what was possible when illustrated magazines were king, budgets were big, and retouchers were plentiful (and very highly paid!).

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    David

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    How about William Klein and Richard Avedon? Both produced some great fashion shots. Not sure what's available in print nowadays but you could take a look at photoeye.com

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    I think Irving Penn is another photographer whose work you should consider
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    Victor Skrebneski - Long time haute couture and portraitist based in Chicago. His trademark photo is making photographs of people wearing a black turtleneck sweater.
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