The June 2009 issue of Esquire Magazine has Megan Fox on its cover. The cover image was shot as a video and not a regular photoshoot.
Greg Williams, Esquire director-photographer, recorded ten minutes of loosely scripted footage with Fox doing every day things such as getting out of bed, rolling around on a pool chair, lighting a barbecue. In other words, Megan is shot in motion and not posing for a typical photoshoot. "It allowed her to act," Williams explained. "She could run scenes without being reminded by the sound of a shutter every four seconds that I was taking a picture. As in still photography, a lot of it is capturing unexpected moments. This takes that one step further." Cool. Can't wait to see the rest of the video. Is this the beginning of a new trend?