Bryan Adams Discusses "Exposed" Photography Book
Bryan Adams has had quite a lengthy career with early hits like “Summer of ‘69” then his dominance of great soundtrack songs including “Everything I Do (I Do it For You)” (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves), “All For Love” (The Three Musketeers) and “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” (Don Juan deMarco).
Who knew that he was also a very talented photographer?
The accomplished Canadian artist is releasing a new book (and a traveling exhibition) titled “Exposed” and it features some really interesting names including the late Amy Winehouse, Ben Kingsley, Michael Jackson, Sting, Lindsay Lohan, Michael J. Fox, Mickey Rourke, Mick Jagger and Elton John (who wrote the foreword).
There are two photoshoots that really stood out, however.
The first was with edgy pop star, Pink, whom Adams was able to convince to go topless. He explained: "It was a nice day and it was kind of hot outside. I suggested it might be a good idea; she said to me, 'Not even my husband talks to me like that,' and then off came her T-shirt."
He also was invited to photograph Queen Elizabeth II and had a real surreal moment when he realized that she actually lives at Buckingham Palace. He said: “It didn't occur to me that it was her house, you know? But I guess it is." He delighted the Queen and Prince Phillip by bringing a “really big, old camera” which was something they both said they hadn’t seen in a long time.
Adams also revealed that he’s working on music and has “just cut 30 songs.” Sounds like he’s been keeping himself very busy!
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