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Lesson 1. Introduction
Annie Leibovitz's iconic photographs have appeared in museums, books, and magazines, from Vanity Fair to Rolling Stone.
And now she will be your teacher. As part of the introductory lesson, Annie analyzes her career, and also talks about the opportunity to convey a story to people through photos.

Lesson 2. Portrait photography
Annie talks about portrait photography and photojournalism and explains why she chose portrait photography. You will learn why Annie prefers to take a series of pictures and why, in her opinion, a single picture can not truly reflect the personality of a person.

Lesson 3: Developing concepts
Annie breaks down the entire process of developing innovative and creative concepts for her filming. He shares examples of working with Tess Gallagher, Amy Schumer, Keith Haring, Whoopi Goldberg and others.

Lesson 4. Working with light
Annie gives her point of view on the issues of equipment for photography, working with natural light, and also emphasizes the importance of the fact that lighting devices should be small in size.

Lesson 5. Studio and field shooting
Annie talks about her approach to studio photography, explains why she prefers outdoor shooting, and also reveals the role of the environment in her portraits.

Lesson 6. Working with the photographed
Annie explains how she works with the subject during the photo shoot. It refutes the view that in portrait photography, it is the photographer who should try to make the subject feel at ease.

Lesson 7. Practical case: Angels in America-photography for Vogue magazine
Enjoy watching what happened behind the scenes of Annie's photo shoot for Vogue magazine, during which she filmed the cast of the TV series "Angels in America". See how Annie and her team prepare for the shoot, implement their ideas and work with models.

Lesson 8. Shooting the immediate environment
Annie explains why family and loved ones can be the best subjects for you, and what opportunities are available when you work with loved ones.

Lesson 9. Analyzing and working with the footage
Annie talks about the importance of introspection and explains why every photographer should analyze their work.

Lesson 10. Technical side of the photo
In this chapter, Annie shares her impressions of the transition from film cameras to digital cameras and explains what you can learn if you start shooting in a dark room.
In addition, Annie shares her views on focus and sharpness, and also explains why, among other things, the content of the photo is important.

Lesson 11. Working with students
Annie communicates with students from her home institute, the San Francisco Art Institute, and makes critical comments about their work. In addition, she shares her approach to the key principles of photography.

Lesson 12. Practical case: Photo shoot with Alice Waters
Annie gives you the opportunity to take a look at the photo shoot of a wide world-famous chef-Alice Waters. You will see how Annie develops concepts for her photos, conducts research and prepares for shooting.

Lesson 13. Practical case: Digital photo processing
You get an exclusive opportunity to see how Annie Leibovitz handles her shots. In the final part of her master class, Annie talks about what it means to be a photographer and a creative artist.

Lesson 14. Influence of other photographers
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Alfred Stiglitz and Richard Averdon-Annie talks about the photographers who inspired her to take up photography, as well as the lessons she personally learned from their work.

Lesson 15. The evolution of the Photographer
You'll learn how Annie's rise as an artist has influenced her career as a photographer-from being inspired by family photos to studying at the San Francisco Art Institute and working at Rolling Stone.

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