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Bravo Going Behind the Scenes With Superstar Photographers

By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith

hollywoodnews.com: The high stress, high art, high friction, high ego world of A-list celebrity photographers gets the docu-reality treatment in Bravo’s June 15-debuting “Double Exposure” – which follows the work of photographers (and former couple) Markus Klinko and Indrani. The team has worked with such famous personalities as Beyonce, Kate Winslet, Lady Gaga, Will Smith and Lindsay Lohan. As the show reveals, they have plenty of personality themselves.

Former model Indrani tells us no two shoots are alike. “Some will come in with very strong visions. David Bowie told us he’d been following our work from the very beginning and he loved what we did, which we found very exciting. He asked us to do things we’d never done before, working in black and white with old school style photography solarization. Others time people come in and they’re very open, ready for a total change of their image. It really depends. Sometimes the collaborative process is really fighting for ideas.”

“Double Exposure,” she says, “is our idea, because for many years, people have told us we should have a TV show. We’re crazy and hysterical and there’s a lot of drama on our shoots,” she admist. “It’s because our work is our lives and we’re very passionate about it.” It’s also because “photo shoots are often where people feel the most vulnerable.” The stars, she adds, “are just as insecure as you or me or anyone about having their photo taken.”

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