How did Iwan Baan get this photo of a blacked-out lower Manhattan?
Besides hanging out a helicopter with a Canon 1 DX and a 24-70mm L-series lens, he set his ISO to 25,000, his shutter speed to 1/40, and left his aperture wide open.
Even with a high ISO, that’s a steady hand!
Audrey Hepburn - Photographed by Jack Cardiff, 1956.
“Audrey had a perfect face and her ballet training made her walk with sleek grace. She radiated elegance. It was a joy to work with her on War and Peace.” - Jack Cardiff
In this paticular series of photographs, featuring Audrey Hepburn, Cardiff used a method called chiaroscuro meaning “light-dark”.