The eye-catching Guy Bourdin revolutionized fashion photography in the 1970s with his saturated, complex narratives. He shot numerous ad campaigns such esteemed fashion houses as Chanel, Issey Miyake and Versace, and several stories for Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Inspired by surrealism, Bourdin’s work depicted tongue-in-cheek imagery that no photographer dared to capture before.
Open format cropping a) Open format cropping brings more attention to the subject matter but also makes the viewer wonder what is happening beyond the frame. b) the entry of the the image would be from the face then to the upper arm than to the lower arm where it exits