Angelo Pennetta’s outtakes have been sitting in our reference files since he first got put on the site back in 2012. Back then, his appeal stemmed from the fact that he seemed to be the only photographer online who A: dared to put his outtakes online as equals to his commissioned work, and B: as someone who could make even the surliest of models crack a toothy smile.
Angelo’s obviously still putting grins on the faces of beauties worldwide, but his style is now infinitely refined. His disposable camera-style of 2011 which saw Lara Stone pretend to be a landlady seems to be no more. But do not fear, it has been replaced with an enviable style that is simultaneously meticulous and casual which, luckily, still manages to creep into his high-profile shots.
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