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Sophia Loren, 1966 Italy
March 20th, 2015 1:53 pm     A+ | a-

"Even though Milton was well versed in studio photography using controlled lighting, he was a natural light photographer at heart. He always said, "If you can't light it with one light, then you can't light it." When a photographer works in natural light, the only thing they have control over is the timing of when they shoot. This picture of Sophia is a combination of her being pleased with herself and Milton's luck.
"Milton Greene was the best photographer of women I ever knew." Richard Avedon, Photographer"

         Excerpted from But That's Another Story, by Amy & Joshua Greene. Published by powerHouse Books.

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