Keegan Allen steps out for his book signing of “life.love.beauty” held at Barnes & Noble at The Grove on Tuesday night (February 10) in Los Angeles.
Recently speaking with the bookstore, the 25-year-old actor opened up about his photography influences, naming Bruce Weber and Annie Leibovitz amongst them.
Keegan adds about Martin Scholler, “Martin Schoeller’s minimalist head-on portraits focus on the subtle art of taking a glorified headshot. But it is so much more than that: his work climbs in behind your eyes and lives with you for a while after… forcing you to look again to find something different with every re-visit.”
Keegan Allen flashes his million dollar smile that makes everyone swoon during his Q&A at his book signing held at Barnes & Noble Union Square in New York City on Tuesday evening (February 3).
“Thank you all for coming out today! Excited to meet everyone tomorrow at @GATechBookstore,” the 25-year-old actor tweeted after the signing.
Speaking with USA Today, Keegan opened up about his path into photography: “A lot of people are stunned — why would you buy a camera that only shoots in black and white? [Because the end result is that it] looks like film. You can shoot in pitch black and it captures every detail. It’s like a medium between digital and film.”
“It’s a feeling, an emotion that’s captured rather than a moment captured on the phone,” he added about shooting with a Leica. “I could be crazy, but the difference is the experience. It feels like an extension of your eye.”