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56 minutes ago, realityisalways said:

Your guess is as good as ours, we don't know. We think so, but nothing official.

Yes it’s 100% a cover. And not just one since V usually does multiple covers. 

54 minutes ago, realityisalways said:

Steven Klein almost always films tour/performance backdrops at the photo shoots, wonder if they are filming anything for future use. 

Whatever the video is for I’m hoping we’re getting to see it soon!

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On 9/19/2021 at 6:58 PM, RebelHeart97 said:

My problem is I don't have the stamina to take drugs. I feel terrible afterwards. I'm destroyed for days and days. I can't do anything and I don't want that inconvenience in my life. So I don't feel it's worth the price you have to pay. That's me.

"Even when I was younger and in my 20s, trying this and that ... I mean, I never really did that many drugs. I'm too big of a p***y. Also, I'm a dancer and I don't want to destroy my body. I want to feel physically good.


She then added: "I mean, I tried everything once, but as soon as I was high, I spent my time drinking tons of water to get it out of my system. As soon as I was high, I was obsessed with flushing it out of me. I was like, Okay, I’m done now."

Extract from a 2015 interview, hence why I’m saying it is his influence 

I mean I'm pretty sure that she also said that she was high as fuck on Letterman so her stance on weed is probably just as truthful as the 35 dollar cab story

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54 minutes ago, cosmicarlo818 said:

"The Most Photographed Woman In The World"

Can only apply to Norma Jean Baker (Miss Monroe) or Madonna

CAN'T WAIT!

 

 

The most photographed woman in the world is actually a real record that belongs to Madonna. It used to be Princess Diana, but after she passed it became Madonna. 

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11 hours ago, otcoam said:

The Bad Girl Single cover (nude in bed) and the jewel body suit that was used for SEX promo was actually shot in November 1990 in Paris by Meisel and featured in Vogue Italia February 1991.  

Thank you. I was waiting for someone to correct this.

After the shoot, she went to this party in this look, right?

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17 hours ago, otcoam said:

The Bad Girl Single cover (nude in bed) and the jewel body suit that was used for SEX promo was actually shot in November 1990 in Paris by Meisel and featured in Vogue Italia February 1991.  

and I guess we're most reminded of those shots when we see the new pics, because they were done when she put collagen in her lips for a few weeks and ruined her beautiful mouth, just like nowadays...

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22 hours ago, char said:

I hope it's a untouched cover I think that's why we miss outtakes I wish they didn't have Photoshop like in the 60s

They didn't have photoshop in the 1960s but photo editing has been around since at least the 1930s, probably 1920s. Photographer George Hurrell used to have photos he took of Hollywood celebrities retouched by James Sharp, who spent six hours smoothing skin, removing spots, and erasing wrinkles.  

Here's a before and after of Joan Crawford taken by George Hurrell in 1931. 

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38 minutes ago, Luci nln said:

They didn't have photoshop in the 1960s but photo editing has been around since at least the 1930s. Photographer George Hurrell used to have photos he took of old Hollywood celebrities retouched by James Sharp, who spent six hours smoothing skin, removing spots, and erasing wrinkles.  

Here's a before and after of Joan Crawford in 1931

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I didn't know that love the untouched photo. I should've known there was photo editing. Marilyn marked X's and scratched with hair pins on some of  Bert Stern's photos of her. And he actually removed the X's and hair pin scratches then published the x's  of the ones she didn't like. Which i thought was rude but still there some of the best photos we all have of monroe.  So it would've had to been photo editing. You used to be able to tell if a photo on a woman at least was touched up because all women have peach fuzz and if you don't see that then it must be touched up now since dermaplaning. you can't tell except its just a very blurry photo. 

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The bad girl cover session (i name it like this because it is what it's most well known for but it was actually shot for Vogue Italia) was shot at Azzedine Alaïa's showroom/home/Hotel (one bedroom only, the one in which M was shot) in rue de la Verrerie/rue Moussy in Le Marais, Paris. That's why he's featuring in some shots. The black lace dress she wore at le Boy nightclub is an Alaïa.

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55 minutes ago, char said:

I didn't know that love the untouched photo. I should've known there was photo editing. Marilyn marked X's and scratched with hair pins on some of  Bert Stern's photos of her. And he actually removed the X's and hair pin scratches then published the x's  of the ones she didn't like. Which i thought was rude but still there some of the best photos we all have of monroe.  So it would've had to been photo editing. You used to be able to tell if a photo on a woman at least was touched up because all women have peach fuzz and if you don't see that then it must be touched up now since dermaplaning. you can't tell except its just a very blurry photo. 

You can still retouch and leave the peach fuzz, retouching used to be a mostly manual & artisanal craft, almost like an art but it seems photographers these days rely more and more on new software and algorithms and most human qualities are lost via these new editing methods. Herb used to have great retouching, although even Herb went too far with the retouching on a couple of his photos. So not even the greatest are exempt of fucking it up in the editing. 

In my personal experience, and I am no expert, it can take hours to manually retouch a photo when you are trying to make it look natural and as faithful as possible to the real features of the person Vs. minutes or less than an hour if you use presets.

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2 hours ago, realityisalways said:

You can still retouch and leave the peach fuzz, retouching used to be a mostly manual & artisanal craft, almost like an art but it seems photographers these days rely more and more on new software and algorithms and most human qualities are lost via these new editing methods. Herb used to have great retouching, although even Herb went too far with the retouching on a couple of his photos. So not even the greatest are exempt of fucking it up in the editing. 

In my personal experience, and I am no expert, it can take hours to manually retouch a photo when you are trying to make it look natural and as faithful as possible to the real features of the person Vs. minutes or less than an hour if you use presets.

Also, just like Madonna did plenty of times, many celebrities remove their fuzz for photoshoots and such. 
I remember reading an article from the 90s which claimed that Madonna gets regular full body waxes, including face ears, shoulders back and breasts. 
But during the Erotica era she was celebrating her facial fuzz. You can see it in many photos. 
Out of curiosity, what herb ritts images do you find to airbrushed?

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37 minutes ago, thegoldencalf said:

Also, just like Madonna did plenty of times, many celebrities remove their fuzz for photoshoots and such. 
I remember reading an article from the 90s which claimed that Madonna gets regular full body waxes, including face ears, shoulders back and breasts. 
But during the Erotica era she was celebrating her facial fuzz. You can see it in many photos. 
Out of curiosity, what herb ritts images do you find to airbrushed?

I don't have one in mind right now, but I remember that Ive seen some that looked too retouched to me at the time. Doing a quick search within my archives (I collect Herb Ritts photos) this one for example, her face looks oddly brightened (enlarge by double clicking).

Stephanie Seymour - Spy Story 1, Van Nuys, 1990 - Ph. Herb Ritts

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2 hours ago, realityisalways said:

You can still retouch and leave the peach fuzz, retouching used to be a mostly manual & artisanal craft, almost like an art but it seems photographers these days rely more and more on new software and algorithms and most human qualities are lost via these new editing methods. Herb used to have great retouching, although even Herb went too far with the retouching on a couple of his photos. So not even the greatest are exempt of fucking it up in the editing. 

In my personal experience, and I am no expert, it can take hours to manually retouch a photo when you are trying to make it look natural and as faithful as possible to the real features of the person Vs. minutes or less than an hour if you use presets.

I think the problem is that Photoshop is something anyone can learn and not everyone is great at it vs manual retouching which took actual skill to do professionally. So we've seen a lot of dodgy photoshop over the years in magazines, etc. You can do great retouching in little time in Photoshop with enough practice and skill...

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