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Video: He Only Knows How To Press A Button: Brooklyn Beckham Failed An Internship With A Famous Photographer
It's not easy to be a child of stellar parents: you need to prove to everyone that you are also talented and no worse than mom and dad. But Brooklyn Beckham, it seems, is not too motivated to succeed. For several years, the eldest son of the Beckhams has been positioning himself as a photographer: in 2017, he released the album What I See with copyright photographs, captured an advertising campaign for Burberry, and appears everywhere with a small camera (the very first one was given to him by dad David). At the same time, last year Brooklyn dropped out of the prestigious New York Parsons School of Design, believing that he would independently master the creative profession.
David and Victoria Beckham through the eyes of their eldest son
And here's luck: David and Victoria helped their son get an internship with the famous British photographer Rankin. It seemed like this was a successful start in his career for a 20-year-old boy, but Rankin's team was unpleasantly surprised by the work of the new intern. According to insiders, he asked for help with setting the light and composition of the shot: “Everyone understood that Brooklyn had a lot to learn, but we could not imagine that he had not even mastered the basics of shooting. We had high hopes for him, but they turned into zilch. He "floats" in many issues, but tries to compensate for this with his enthusiasm."
Despite his star status, Beckham Jr. has not yet earned the credibility of the film crew: “I really wanted to send him to make tea, we could hardly restrain ourselves and often joked about this topic. So far, he has been best at pressing the shutter button on the camera.”
Cara Delevingne through the lens of Brooklyn Beckham
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