Legendary photographer Danny Clinch has worked with some of the biggest names in music over the last few decades. Phish, Tupac, Bob Dylan, Radiohead and Johnny Cash have all been on the other side of Clinch’s lens, and his work has been featured on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine numerous times. Now you can view some of his best work on your iPad with the new “Discovery Inn” app in the iTunes store.
While anyone can look at Clinch’s work for free with a simple Google Image search, the “Discovery Inn” app allows you to hear narration for every photo from the photographer himself. The app is currently going for $2.99, which is a small price to pay if you’re a photography enthusiast who wants to look inside the mind of a master of the craft or a music enthusiast who is curious what working with these stars is like.
Paying for a few narrated photos isn’t for everyone, so if you don’t feel like dropping the $2.99, I'd still recommend checking out Clinch’s work in other ways. The guy has been doing good work for a long time – he started as an intern for Annie Leibowitz – and a lot of his portraits have become iconic.