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When Jack and Meg are ready for their close-up

Autumn de Wilde puts indie musicians at ease, then she puts them on film

Beck Beck "was the one who told me I should stop saying I wasn't really a photographer," Autumn de Wilde says. (Autumn de Wilde)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / January 6, 2008

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LOS ANGELES - There's a proof sheet in Autumn de Wilde's new book, "Elliott Smith," a handful of photos taken during breakfast the morning after de Wilde, a photographer, met Smith, the late musician. It was the mid-'90s, the pair had been up most of the night drinking and talking, and de Wilde grabbed her camera on the way to ... (Full article: 1480 words)

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