Regan Cameron

By Ruth Laugesen In Commentary

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18th December, 2010
Photographer Regan Cameron couldn't quite believe what he was seeing through his camera lens. Gazing back at him were the immaculate features of one of the world's most famous women, Madonna. "I had to look again and make sure she was really there. As I lifted the camera onto her face, I thought it's either her or the Pope that's this famous," says Cameron, on the phone from his New York office. It was 2001 in a studio in Los Angeles where he was shooting Madonna for a spread in InStyle magazine. He expected the star would be late, as celebrities often are. But at 8.00am ...

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