The Daily Edit – Tuesday 10.2.12

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Esquire

Creative Director: David Curcurito
Director of Photography: Michael Norseng
Photo Editor: Alison Unterreiner
Art Director: Stravinski Pierre

Photographer: Nigel Parry

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Heidi Volpe

There Are 5 Comments On This Article.

  1. I generally like Parry’s work but I hate the way these images are processed. It looks like a bad mortician’s work. My criticism has nothing to do with Eastwood’s politics – the images just feels like they are not up to Parry’s usual high standards or an experiment in the wrong direction..

  2. Photos and layout are beautiful. Love the crumpled paper on right with … I don’t know how to describe it — the movie / wanted poster type treatment — really great. Getting older has done nothing to lessen Eastwood’s talent or intensity. I like the other photos of Clint on Parry’s website — the one with Matt Damon is cool. The only negative thing about this story is that it will make any photographer wish they had the opportunity to photograph Clint — I know he would be on my top ten actor wish list. I don’t care if he talks to chairs.

  3. I have always been a fan of Clint Eastwood, there have been a couple of movies he’s done that I could passed on, but hey he’s a great director and actor. I think it would be difficult to make a bad Photo of him and I do wonder why Parry chose the style of lighting? Maybe he can chime in? I looked one last time before posting this and maybe, as I speculate here the choice of somewhat hard lighting was to go with the perceived character of Mr. Eastwood.