Photographer Leo Fuchs fell into a job, a privileged niche really, that most would envy. Hollywood in the 1950's and 60's produced some of the most enduring movies of all time and Fuchs got to be a part of that nostalgic culture. His role as special photographer allowed him close access to famous movie stars of the time such as Rock Hudson, Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Paul Newman and Doris Day. And due to his exceptional talent, he made a name for himself while earning the trust of celebrities with whom he formed relationships.
His portfolio of photos is the main attraction here. And they are more than worth it. The best of the best actors and actresses excel at portraying characters on the screen. What Leo Fuchs captures are the stars being themselves.
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