Making of what unfortunately turned out to be the last portrait sitting of Steve Jobs for Time by Marco Grob

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Making of what unfortunately turned out to be the last portrait sitting of Steve Jobs. It was held in April 2010 at the Apple Headquarters in Cupertino, California.

The material of this sitting was used for two TIME MAGAZINE covers and three of TIME MAGAZINES inside pages. The whole session took only 3minutes 18seconds.

Image: Marco Grob for TIME
The first cover was the second frame - taken 45 seconds after Steve entered the room.

Interview with the great portrait photographer behind this iconic portrait: Marco Grob

Take your time with one of my favorites portraits photographers, Marco Grob,  sure you watch his  Making Of National Geographic Magazine June Cover With James Cameron

Stellar photographer Marco Grob imparts a bit of wisdom about photography and passion, and what it takes to be a successful artist. 



Marco Grob´s website: marcogrob.com

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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here's a bizarre detail (since the subject of this article is Jobs' death) - in Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, Slovenian and Macedonian language, word 'grob' means - the grave.
Brrrr....