Peter Lindberg received the greatest fame in the field of fashion: for almost half a century of a successful career, the German managed to work with the main glossy publications, to make countless cult shootings and Pirelli calendars.
The main thing that distinguished Lindberg from other photographers in the industry was his endless struggle for natural, imperfect and non-glossy beauty. Until the end of his life, he refused to over-process images and was able to show how beautiful a human appearance can be without embellishment.
Lindbergh's cinematic photographs will forever remain the perfect example of how to tell stories and write portraits with the camera. The Challenger publishes 10 pictures of the photographer, which, in our opinion, most reflect his perception of the world.