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A few of the works that were created by Annie Leibovitz

How She got Started?

She went to the San Francisco Art Institute. She went there for painting but while she was attending the school, she developed a love and appreciation for photography. She became known as a photographer when the Rolling Stone hired her to be one of their photographers.

Her Early Days

She applied for a job at The Rolling Stone to be one of their photographers in 1970. She got hired because they were impressed with her portfolio. In just two years of working for them, they promoted her to chief photographer.

Her Later Days

She worked with the Rolling Stone until 1983 and began working with Vanity Fair. She created some of the most controversial covers for that magazine, one of most controversial covers for Vanity Fair that she took recently was the photo of Caitlyn Jenner when she came out that she was transitioning to a woman.

Why she's Famous?

She's famous for some of the really controversial covers that she took for Vanity Fair and for taking celebrity portraits. In her entire career, she's earned a total of two awards. Both were earned in 2012. The awards she won were the Honorary Clio Award and the Glamour Award for the Visionary.

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