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You can now snag a lithograph of one of the most famous Steve Jobs photos ever

Photographer Norman Seeff had already made images of some of the most interesting and creative people in music and art, including Andy Warhol, Patti Smith and Johnny Cash, when he was called...
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Steve Jobs photo outtakes, 1984

Technology Industry News / Apple : The Unofficial Apple Weblog (3 years ago)

Norman Seeff, known for his celebrity photography, shared with Retronaut some outtakes from a 1984 photo shoot with Steve Jobs and the Macintosh design team. The photo shoot produced the iconic photo of Steve Jobs holding a Mac on h...

Never-Before-Seen Pictures Of Steve Jobs

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider (3 years ago)

Norman Seeff, the photographer, who took an iconic photo of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs sitting in a lotus pose with a Mac in his lap, has released more photos from that shoot. The photos ran on Retronaut, a blog devoted to curiositi...

Check Out These Unseen Photos Of Steve Jobs From His 1984 Rolling Stone Shoot

Technology Industry News / Apple : Cult Of Mac (3 years ago)

You’ve most likely seen the image of Steve Jobs sitting in the lotus position with his Mac in his lap. It was in Rolling Stone back in 1984 and has become one of the most iconic images of Jobs. Norman Seeff was the photographer behi...

Steve Jobs and the Mac team, photographed by Norman Seeff

Technology Industry News / Apple : The Unofficial Apple Weblog (3 years ago)

I really like these photos of Steve Jobs and the early Mac gang, taken by Norman Seeff. You may have seen one of them on the front cover of Time magazine, not to mention on the back cover of Jobs's recent biography. It's great how t...

Own a 1984 Steve Jobs Lithograph by Norman Seeff

Humor : Geekosystem (3 years ago)

Photographer Norman Seeff recounts the session wherein he took some now-famous photographs of Steve Jobs, calling the evocative shot an "electromagnetic rendition of what was going on," citing Steve Jobs having a "slight Mona Lisa q...

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