Caught in the Act: Actors Acting

Caught in the Act: Actors Acting

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by Howard Schatz
     
 

Illustrious actors and actresses demonstrate their skill for improvisation while acclaimed photographer Howard Schatz captures the surprising, exciting complexity of their emotional and physical range.
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Illustrious actors and actresses demonstrate their skill for improvisation while acclaimed photographer Howard Schatz captures the surprising, exciting complexity of their emotional and physical range.

Editorial Reviews

Geoffrey Rush
Howard Schatz fires whimsical one-line scenarios at you and has the uncanny knack of being able to coerce actors into a mad state of play, forgetting the camera.
Jane Lynch
Never a fan of the "acting exercise", shooting with Howard Schatz has changed my mind. I adored every moment of our session together. His ability to guide, suggest and inspire while providing a really creative place to play around was a joy.
Jeff Daniels
Being photographed by Howard Schatz is like taking a wild ride only to discover you've lost your brakes. I highly recommend it.
Melissa Leo
Being interviewed by Howard Schatz is an intimate and wonderful experience. Very quickly you feel comfortable and wide open. Being shot by him even more so. Ideas of one's self drop away as you engage with him in his process of photographing what feels like one’s insides as much as the obvious outer layers.
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Howard Schatz fires whimsical one-line scenarios at you and has the uncanny knack of being able to coerce actors into a mad state of play, forgetting the camera. —Geoffrey Rush

Never a fan of the "acting exercise", shooting with Howard Schatz has changed my mind. I adored every moment of our session together. His ability to guide, suggest and inspire while providing a really creative place to play around was a joy. —Jane Lynch

Being photographed by Howard Schatz is like taking a wild ride only to discover you've lost your brakes. I highly recommend it. —Jeff Daniels

Being interviewed by Howard Schatz is an intimate and wonderful experience. Very quickly you feel comfortable and wide open. Being shot by him even more so. Ideas of one's self drop away as you engage with him in his process of photographing what feels like one’s insides as much as the obvious outer layers. —Melissa Leo

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985169695
Publisher:
Glitterati, Inc.
Publication date:
10/07/2013
Pages:
303
Sales rank:
921,772
Product dimensions:
12.30(w) x 12.30(h) x 1.50(d)

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