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external A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Steve Jobs’ Last Portrait Sitting —Vimeo

jobstimeIn April 2010, New York City-based photographer Marco Grob traveled to Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California to shoot a portrait of company CEO Steve Jobs. That portrait turned out to be Jobs’ last portrait sitting, and this behind-the-scenes video shows how it went down.

The whole session took just 3 minutes and 18 seconds, and the second shot — taken 45 seconds after Jobs entered — made the cover of TIME magazine.

 
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