Jeff Bridges' photography work is featured in The New York Time LENS blog. He's good.
Some photographers are drawn to dramatic events in exotic lands. Others are compelled to stay closer to home and burrow into the stories they know best.
The actor Jeff Bridges gets to do both. He photographs the world he grew up in, movie sets — each one a world never seen before. And he earns a little more than your average photographer while doing it.
Since 1984, Mr. Bridges has documented the sets of most of his movies, compiling a large collection of wide images that give an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at movie making.
People tell me I look more and more like this guy the older I get. I think I look more like one of the charters he's played. I wish I had his eye though.
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