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A Makeshift Portrait Studio At Sundance

by Claire O'Neill
Jan 25, 2011

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Speaking of portraits, photographer Jeff Vespa has set up a makeshift studio at Sundance Film Festival. Vespa is the founder of the celebrity and entertainment photo service WireImage — and has filed these photos for LIFE. (You can see the full gallery of photos on their site.) All it takes is a backdrop and some lighting and you can have a nicely stylized series of anything (even bird feathers), anywhere!

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