Photographer Norman Seeff recounts the session wherein he took some now-famous photographs of Steve Jobs, calling the evocative shot an “electromagnetic rendition of what was going on,” citing Steve Jobs having a “slight Mona Lisa quality to that knowing smile” because he is envisioning “how what he has on his lap is going to impact the future.” You can now own a lithograph of the iconic image of Steve Jobs having what Seeff feels was a Mona Lisa moment, available for purchase almost 30 years after it was taken.
There are only 300 26″ x 34″ lithographs available to purchase, at a somewhat hefty price of $125 (plus shipping and handling) for a signed copy, and $75 (plus shipping and handling) for an unsigned copy. Check out an interview with Norman Seeff regarding the photo over on iPhone Savior.
(via iPhone Savior)
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