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From album covers for David Bowie and Beyoncé, to prize-winning photographs of celebrities like Kate Winslet and Will Smith, Markus and Indrani have shot virtually every contemporary boldface name and countless other iconic images for fashion campaigns and magazines. Add in a dash of historic friction — the duo dated for eight years before deciding to part ways, and now must balance a working relationship with their past history, making for an interesting day in the office. For the former couple, working 18-hour days in high-stress environments, filled with deadlines, stretched budgets, expensive locations and demanding talent, it's not unusual for sparks to fly both on camera and outside the frame. Viewers will get an inside look at what it takes to pull together high-glam shoots for icons such as Naomi Campbell, Lady Gaga and Lindsay Lohan . . . and see how it’s never a dull day in the life of this celebrity photography team.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoA Monster With Two Heads||When an unauthorized photographer appears on the set, an explosive argument between Markus, Indrani and GK during a Women’s Health Magazine shoot in New York results in rapper/actress Eve storming off the set. The fighting continues in Los Angeles where a luxurious hotel suite dredges up 15 years of emotional baggage between the ex-lovers. Only an artistic shoot for uber fab designer Kai Kuhne at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House makes Markus and Indrani focus on what they do best.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoIs Lindsay Here Yet?||A glamorous week of shooting in Los Angeles begins with an outrageous client making life difficult for the duo during a Flaunt Magazine shoot with "90210" star Jessica Stroup and "Gossip Girl" cast member Armie Hammer. Mounting financial problems and a broken camera bring chaos to a shoot with Dita Von Teese. Returning to New York, disaster strikes when a high profile, but hastily planned Lindsay Lohan shoot is threatened by a Lilo no-show!||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoI'm Gonna Smash the Ringflash!||After an eight-hour wait and faced with angry staff and escalating overtime costs, Markus, Indrani and GK do everything they can to keep it together amidst a wild and unpredictable shoot with Lindsay Lohan. The chaos has Markus and Indrani at each others throats, but as their partnership falters, another partnership begins when a secret admirer of Indrani decides to make his move during a sexy Out Magazine shoot with male supermodels Alex Lundqvist and Mark Van der Loo.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoNo One's Keeping You Here||Markus ridiculous attempts to woo a new love interest in the middle of a Brooklyn Decker shoot has Indrani questioning her choice of a business partner. When Indrani confides in GK that she and Markus declared bankruptcy, the two confront Markus on his irresponsible behavior. With Indrani angry and Markus annoyed, the team flies to LA for a sexy shoot for swimsuit designer Marlies Dekker at a famous Los Angeles landmark, and Indranis badgering has Markus threatening to walk off the set.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoNo One Can Work Like This||Desperate for a calm working atmosphere, the team flies to London for two prestigious shoots. Markus is on his best behavior at the American Photo shoot with the famously challenging Naomi Campbell. The team tries to outdo themselves at a Hello Kitty shoot with pop diva sensation Lady Gaga.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoJungle Delirium||As GK and Indrani grow closer, Markus focuses on rebuilding Indranis faith in him as a partner. The duo shoot "90210" starlet AnnaLynn McCord for Cosmopolitan, and in an uncharacteristic turn, Indrani convinces Markus to leave the shoot to support GK at Fashion Week. The team heads to India for a shoot and amid the squalor and heat of Indranis homeland, all of Markus and Indranis issues come bursting to the surface in an explosive confrontation in the jungle.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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These two are a disgrace to the fashion photography industry.
This show is so little about what it takes to be a respectable creative professional with as much job ethics as talent, and so much about useless, overrated, unnecessary drama.
As a professional photographer, I was interested in learning more about what techniques, equipment, and trends these two use during their shoots, but aside from a custom made camera handle, all you learn watching this show is what sturdy cars Jaguars must be to be able to carry such bloated egos without braking by the side of the road.
I recently watched a show about Carolina Herrera covering her career, philosophy, and her staff and it was delightful to see her class, professionalism, and deep respect for every person in her entourage. On this opposite, this show is a disgrace to the fashion photography industry.
Oh, and regarding the last shot where the poor model was asked to risk her life standing near a cliff, can someone tell this Markus there's a computer application called Photoshop which allows him to shoot the model in a safe location — from where the model will react better to the camera — and then digitally place her in the shot with something called a computer!? Geez!
i like the idea of this show, where they shoot models and celebs and you get kind of a behind the scenes look, but i do not get these people. they are fighting constantly, yet love eachother? not understanding... they fight over the stupidest things and the guy seems to be a diva. so maybe if you enjoy fashion, photography, and drama, then this show is for you. but if you find yourself groaning at the drama, then maybe it isn't.
I was shocked
It's such a shame to have these 2 representing the industry of fashion photography. The show is weak, cheap, extremely ANNOYINGGG.. Their behavior (especially his) is totally lacking class. Fake drama from a reality show figure wannabe.
I'm really sorry, but that was disgusting...
Note: creatively, there was some beautiful shots.. But no technical value in the show for whomever wanna learn about photography.