LOUPED IN: Michael Norseng on Esquire's Angels

LOUPED IN: Michael Norseng on Esquire's Angels

Esquire magazine has been honoring sexy women since first publishing George Petty's "Girls" in 1934; Mike Norseng speaks about carrying the mantle of the "babe" photo shoot, and how to handle strange chemistry on set.

"Sometimes the vibe is just off.  Maybe the subject is having a bad day.  Or they don't like the clothes. The reasons for strange chemistry can be so many things.  If it isn't going well, you just have to jump in, and get what what you can.
Here are just a few things I usually try to employ when I feel it going south..."
Join us on Tuesday night to hear the rest of the story from Mike Norseng and our six Photo Editors as they reveal all at:

Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre, F.I.T.
27th Street & Seventh Avenue, NYC

7:00 - 8:30 PM, doors open at 6:30

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Please call SPD at 212-223-3332 by noon on Friday, November 7th for advance tickets; after Friday the 7th, tickets can be purchased at the door Tuesday evening, CASH ONLY.

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