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Interesting photo, I'd not seen it before
He's so cool he doesn't even need to look down in the viewfinder.
Remarkably difficult to take a bad picture of Jimmie.
Ein seltenes foto von ihm,voller charm und sympatie und jungenhaftigkeit,ich liebe es ganz besonders,thanks for this,tom.
Not having to look into the viewfinder, in real life, is not as cool:http://www.vuzix.com/iwear/special_applications.html;-)
I don't think I've ever seen this photo of him before.
Its by Roy Schatt who also took the iconic Torn Sweater series (which provided the back drop for the stage show Grease).He was teaching Jimmy photography at the time this pick was taken. Schatt would subsequently teach Elia Kazan photography too:Schatt writes in the introduction to his book "James Dean A Portrait"'"You?" I said to Kazan."Me teach you? Give me one good reason." He had the greatest: "I want to be able to argue with my cameraman."'The same book features some shots of Jimmy Dean and a group that included Marty Landau and Leonard Rosenman lunching on the roof of the Museum Of Modern Art in New York. As a school boy growing up in Liverpool I used to stare at these pictures and think how marvelous it would be to be an actor and move in such illustrious circles.
I hope you don't mind if I reproduce this super picture on my blog.I managed to mention where the picture comes from and the copyright as well.Yours.http://lederniermotelsurlagauche.blogspot.com/2010/02/james-dean-et-la-photo.html
Trader:Absolutely. Go right ahead.
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