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Light as a bubble By Adam Tschorn "You could never pull off a shoot like that today," Melvin Sokolsky says of his 1963 "bubble series" of photographs that captured a model floating in Plexiglas bubbles against the Paris cityscape. "Insurance and permits alone would cost millions of dollars." But with the help of a connection in the Paris police department and a not-yet-famous personal assistant, producer and stylist named Ali MacGraw, Sokolsky pulled off the March 1963 Harper's Bazaar cover shoot for $18,000. Click here to continue reading this article. Melvin Sokolsky
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