The New York Times recently ran a Q&A piece with photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia. For over ten years, starting in the late 1990s, diCorcia had almost complete freedom in his fashion photography he executed for W. magazine.
In the interview, diCorcia states he uses a Mamiya RZ “quite a lot.”
diCorcia’s photography often told stories, sometimes with disturbing juxtapositions. The elaborate and deliberate stagings he created inserted new vernacular in the vocabulary of accepted fashion photography.
Read more about Philip-Lorca diCorcia and see his work at The Collective Shift.