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Marilyn Monroe and the Camera

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Many different, often contradictory, things have been written about Marilyn Monroe, but one truth remains constant -- the camera loved her. Whether posing kittenishly in a pinup shot or dramatically for a classic portrait, this shy, vulnerable, enormously insecure woman was transformed by the lens.Marilyn posed for nearly every major photographer of her day, and this picto ...more
Paperback, 245 pages
Published September 8th 2000 by Te Neues Publishing Company (first published January 1st 2000)
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Janne Varvára
This is a wonderful collection of photos, both private and professional, of Marilyn Monroe throughout her life. There's even a few I haven't seen before, and that was a wonderful treasure trove.

I'm not sure how accurate the biography part is, but since that's a minor detail, it hardly matters: the photos are center stage here.

And they're just wonderful. For Marilyn fans, or just lovers of good photography.
a very interesting boook , important and amazing books that doesn't act only as a beautiful art but also as an important witness of the life and character of that star . also a very powerful and insightfull interview at the end of the book .
Michael Mayer
Hands down one of the best collection of photos Marilyn Monroe compiled. If you see this in a used book store buy it! Another Marilyn book that is so beautifully sad I can only bear to look at it occasionally.
Patrícia Pereira
have some interesting content about MM, though I've not seen all of the photos yet.
miss monroe. beautiful.
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