Steve Jobs’ photographer shares the stories behind his most iconic images

“For almost a decade, between 1985 and 1994, award-winning documentary photographer Doug Menuez photographed Steve Jobs — focusing particularly on his work at NeXT, but also getting some fascinating snaps of what was happening at Apple at the time,” Luke Dormehl reports for Cult of Mac.

 
“Menuez was recently interviewed by the BBC World Service about his time with Steve Jobs,” Dormehl reports, “with the photographer telling a few of the stories behind some of his iconic images.”

 

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3 Comments

  1. IF only he were still alive today. Things Would Be Different. He lived a lifetime of other companies stealing Apple’s IP. I ponder that did not help his stress levels. Stress equates to poor health. Maybe not the reason for his death but it was a distraction from what Apple does best. Innovative Design. All the current litigation was & is designed to hampered Apple’s progress.

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