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One of the most hauntingly beautiful scenes I've ever been blessed enough to see. This is "the tree" in New Zealand at Lake Wanaka. I resisted shooting it on my first trip because it had been so overshot, but shot it begrudgingly in spite of myself on my second trip and simply fell in love. As the fog rolled in most of the photographers rolled out, but I took that opportunity to capture the tree in a serene moment ~ almost like the last performance of a Hollywood actress. Happy Tree Hugger Tuesday!
Sommerliche Getreidefelder zwischen Haag und dem Neckarhäuserhof, Odenwald. Schon gewusst ? Die Oma der berühmten Hollywood-Schauspielerin und Sängerin Doris Day ("Que sera, sera") lebte einst hier aus dem Dorf Neckarhäuserhof.
Summery grain fields between Haag and Neckarhäuserhof, Odenwald. Did you know it ? The grandma of famous Hollywood actress and singer Doris Day ("Que sera, sera") once lived here in the village of Neckarhäuserhof.
Being honored to be one of the official photographers for the Hoboken International Film Festival, I had the privilege to meet & photograph many of the lovely & talented stars of television & the big screen including Steve Ferrari, Martin Kove & the lovely Lynette Scire.
Bill France, Sr. thought of himself as the number one promoter of motorsports in Florida (if not the world) but couldn't set aside his jealousy of Alec Ulmann's Sebring 12 Hour event and the national and international prominence it garnered each year. As he planned to build his speedway (World Center for Racing) in Daytona Beach, France continued to hold his famous beach races for stock cars but also held sports car races at the New Smyrna Beach Airport. This is a photo of the legendary Carroll Shelby in his 1956 Ferrari 410 S Scaglietti Spyder at New Smyrna Beach in 1957. His companion is Hollywood actress Jan Harrison whom he would briefly marry and then divorce in 1962. ISC photo.
An homage for the actress/inventor Hedy Lamarr on her 101st birthday (tried to get things as similar as possible to the photo, but longer hair worked better to cover some things up):
“I enjoy making people laugh. Secondly, because this type of work comes easiest and most naturally to me, I am not a highly emotional type. My sister could cry real tears over two sofa cushions stuffed into a long dress and white lace cap, to look like a dead baby, and she would do it so convincingly that 900 persons out front would weep with her. That is real art, but my kind of talent would lead me to bounce that padded baby up and down on my knee with absurd grimaces that would make the same 900 roar with laughter.” -Constance Talmadge
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Le Roy Art Gallery is the worlds first 3D Gallery. Recently opened and a newcomer for the Artists Open Houses 2019. Situated in a 3 storey 1780 fisherman’s cottage, the building, restored back to its former glory is an ideal setting for Sara le Roy’s darkly humurous fairy tale painting series ‘3D Tales’Old school red/blue 3D glasses need to be worn to see the effect which allows visitors to explore through narrow corridors & stairs at their own pace, to interact with paintings in a whole new way.
le Roy portray’s fantasy characters with a twist, Disney but not as we know it. Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and Tinkerbell find themselves in the disenchanted here and now, wandering through mental wards, hospitals and crime scenes. Her work can be understood as a gothic yet modern psychedellic revision of traditional fairy tales. Gothic pop art plays with love, sexuality, religion and myths. The dwarves use heroin while Ariel walks the streets. The 3D glasses augment this effect; we literally go through the looking glass!
Sara le Roy is a Dutch artist living & working in Brighton. The gallery was recently in the press when Hollywood actress Susan Sarandon visited the gallery twice to buy paintings. Le Roy has exhibited worldwide, including Aeroplastics Contemporary in Brussels and State-Of -The-Art Gallery in Hong Kong. Nationally, including the Threadneedle Prize & Royal Society of Portrait Painters at the prestegious Mall Galleries, London. Her work is held in private and corporate collections across the world.
Source: Le Roy Art Gallery website
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Photo bought at Boatshed Market. Thanks to Ggaabboo for pointing out that this lady is Hungarian actress Szeleczky Zita. There is some handwriting on the back in Hungarian and the only words I can make out is the signature 'Szelecky Zita 1981 August 23, Hollywood'. This and the other photos in this series were found in a photo album of very ordinary family snaps. I didn't want to buy the whole album, but fortunately the very nice man at the market let me pick out the three images of Szelecky Zita. It's possible that they were sent to the owner of the photo album as fan-snaps. They are not portrait size, and have the Kodak stamp on the back, like regular snapshots.
The poster for the premiere of the new comedy is being done.
Tatyana, do you know where is Eliza?
Maybe we could start without her?
I’m a little late but I’m here.
Oh, I thought they’ve fired you already?
Why would they?
Well, as we all know, “you cannot a...
On June 21 2008, legendary Hollywood star Jane Russell will celebrate her 87th birthday. In 2001 she reached the milestone age of 80 and in celebration, artist Stephen B Whatley surprised her with the gift of this cartoon tribute card, inspired by the star today - and she touched his heart with this letter.
Born in 1921 in Bemidji, Minn., USA, Jane Russell came to public attention, in a blaze of publicity, as a voluptuous brunette in Howard Hughes's film The Outlaw (US 1943) and through a movie career lasting from 1943 to 1970, revealed a warm likeable, wise-cracking character; which is still apparent in her television interviews today. On a recent television interview screened in the UK, after watching clips of herself in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (US 1953), she dryly commented to the studio audience that , sure she had changed "...but then so have you!" In 2000 she was interviewed by Larry King on CNN and asked about her health secrets, revealed her pearls of personal wisdom: asked if she exercised, she said, " Well, I like to dance - but it sure is hard to find a partner!" - and then to the question as to whether she took any health pills (vitamins) , "...Well, I take something to sleep".
An ability to laugh at herself has kept her fondly held in the public's affection. Jane Russell also has a deep Christian faith...God Bless her, long may she star!
Ink & crayon on embossed card
Collection of Jane Russell, Santa Maria, CA, USA
This is Natalia, a model from a photoshoot in the summer of 2017.
My editing skill have changed slightly since 2017, I do a bit of work on the eyes of my portraits , so I am revisiting some pictures from the shoot.
I only published 2 images from the photoshoot , so I think it;s OK for me to post another shot from the shoot
this is a Sony A6000 , 50mm f1.8 combo and has been edited in Darktable and GIMP.
What do I do with the eyes that I didn't do before ? I now sharpen then slightly and then dodge the whites a little.
The pose it a bit Hollywood actress / leading lady in genre and style
Hope you like this revisit.
A frontal view of the dramatic, streamlined 4-seat dual-cowl phaeton body style employed in this 1941 Chrysler Newport convertible. The limited-run Newport was a showcar, intended for use in auto shows around the United States to win back customers for the auto manufacturer, still reeling from the effects of the Great Depression. Six cars were ordered and five were completed within 90 days in time for the first of the shows. The car did its job, generating lots of buzz among attendees at the auto presentations. The Newport played a role in the auto industry's shift away from the "blocky" look of earlier cars.
The automobile shown here, displayed at the National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada, became known as the "Lana Turner Chrysler." It was owned by millionaire playboy Bob Topping, the former husband of the popular Hollywood actress. Topping had the car customized with, among other things, a Cadillac engine and transmission.
Raw conversion in Phase One Capture One Pro 9. Post processing in PhotoLine 19, Topaz Simplify 4, Topaz Adjust 5 and Alien Skin Exposure X.
For you youngsters, Veronica Lake (1922 - 1973) was a Hollywood actress whose trademark was her flowing blonde hair and peek-a-boo hairstyle that covered one eye.
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by Nickolas Muray
Silent screen film star
Ralston enjoyed a prime silent age career and, at her peak, was packaged and publicized as "The American Venus" by none other than of showman Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. after appearing as a dazzling beauty queen in the film of the same name (The American Venus (1926).
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She starred in the 40s as the female lead in Dubarry Was a Lady.
"I wanted to be a tragedienne. I only wanted sad parts. When mother read the press notices when I was on the road, saying I was a 'comedienne', the tears rolled down my cheeks. I thought comedians had to have black on their faces or red beards." -Dorothy Gish
Being honored to be one of the official photographers for the Hoboken International Film Festival, I had the privilege to meet & photograph many of the lovely & talented stars of television & the big screen including Martin Kove.
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The Duesenberg Model J was regarded in the 1930s as the fastest, most flamboyant and technically advanced motor vehicle in the world. 481 Model Js were produced and there are still some 378 remaining in the world today, which is a testament to the quality and value of these cars. They cost the equivalent of 60 Fords at the time! The Straight 8 engine developed 265hp, or 320hp with supercharger.
This car has a Le Baron "sweep panel" dual-cowl sports phaeton body (apparently!), of which 9 were made. It was owned originally by Hollywood actress Carole Lombard, and made the long journey to New Zealand in 2011 (presumably crated very carefully!).
Warbirds and Wheels Museum, Wanaka.
Format: Silver gelatin photoprint
Notes: Also known as Louise Lovely. Louise was Australia's first Hollywood star of the silent era. For a biography, see: adbonline.anu.edu.au/biogs/A100151b.htm
From the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au
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A gorgeous red dress worn by a Hollywood actress, on exhibit at the Arlington Museum of Art.
The We're Here group members are celebrating Free WiFi today because August 11 is the anniversary of the 1942 patent award for Secure Communications System Using Frequency-hopping technology. This patent was awarded to the Austrian-born Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr and the modernist composer George Antheil in 1942 to allow Allied submarines to evade German attacks. They did not get credit for the value of their contribution until many years after the war. Today, modern WiFi communications, among others, uses this technique. Look for the documentary, Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story.
Who knew that the Fi part of WiFi has no meaning at all, it just sounded good.
... Somebody is worried and wants to know something that's difficult to work it out. That's the reason why of the phone call to Tina...
... Alguien está preocupado y quiere saber algo difícil de resolver. Este es el motivo de la llamada telefónica a Tina...
TV shot and colorization by me.