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Leibovitz

(ˈlaɪbəvɪtz)
n
(Biography) Annie. born 1949, US photographer, known for her portraits of celebrities
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On the upper left is one of Annie Leibovitz' portraits of Susan Sontag.
The actress, who starred in the hit Disney series "Hannah Montana," faced negative criticism for her shoot with photographer Annie Leibovitz and apologized for the photos.
After Witherspoon's tweet, Winfrey -- the queen of American television -- raised her hand to comment on another picture taken for the issue by acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor, 39, sat for the Annie Leibovitz photoshoot and was interviewed for the special edition.
Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz thought her latest compilation of work would end with a historic portrait of President Hillary Clinton sitting in the Oval Office.
Celebrity snapper Annie Leibovitz took the photograph, which has been hailed as an image of "female empowerment".
The other three covers include fully-costumed cast members Adam Driver, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill, all taken during an exclusive photoshoot by Annie Leibovitz.
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The picture, which was taken at Windsor Castle by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz earlier this year, shows Monarch sitting with her pets, two corgis Willow and Holly, and dorgis Candy and Vulcan, News.com.au reports.
The campaign complements the 10-city international tour of WOMEN: New Portraits, an exhibition of newly commissioned photographs by photographer Annie Leibovitz, featuring women of outstanding achievement.
| The Queen with her great-grandchildren - left, James, Viscount Severn, and, second left, Lady Louise, 12; Mia Tindall (holding the Queen's handbag), two; Savannah, third right, five, and Isla Phillips, right, three; Prince George, second right, two; and, in the Queen's arms, Princess Charlotte ANNIE LEIBOVITZ / PA WIRE