The Sartorialist Presents: The McCurry Interview (Part 4)

In this second to the last of a series of videos, photographers Scott Schuman and Steve McCurry talk about managing photography schedules and projects, as well as McCurry’s recent project: the 2013 Pirelli Calendar -- of which you can read more about after the jump.

The “Pirelli project” that was mentioned later on in the video pertains to the annual trade calendar issued by the multi-national company Pirelli, and famous for its limited availability and consisting of glamorous photographs and portraits taken by well-known photographers.

For the 2013 calendar, Pirelli has commissioned McCurry to shoot models like Adriana Lima, Isabeli Fontana and Petra Nemcova against the backdrop of the vibrant Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

You can view the gallery of images here.

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written by geegraphy on 2013-02-25 in #news #videos #video #series #steve-mccurry #the-sartorialist #scott-schuman #news #interview

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