|Page 28, Franco Rubartelli, Veruschka, 1965|
|Page 133, Brian Duffy, Ursula Andres, 1966|
The photograph above shot by photographer Brian Duffy was a successful photograph. I think that what makes the photograph is the fact that both hands have been captured in the shot. The framing is showing how the sitter is feeling due to the body language and the way she is holding her hands. I also like the use of make up on the eyelids, showing off the type of fashion that went on in 60's.
|Page 170, Peter Knapp, Cathee Dehmen, 1971|
Although this photograph isn't of a portrait, it shows the studio setting off a bit more. The models hair is also flowing, this is something I have attempted in my photo shoots. Mainly in photo shoot 4 I have used a fan to blow the sitters hair around and have been able to capture the successful photographs when more of the hair was flowing.
|Page 262, Ellen Von Unwerth, Tatjana Patitz, 1991|
Overall, I have found looking at the book Unseen Vogue interesting and yet inspiring. The lighting and angles work well. I have also gained a wider perspective of fashion throughout the years and how it has changed slightly.