When you look into the eyes of Steve Jobs in this photograph below, which was taken in 1984, you can see so much. It’s almost as if he knew he was about to change the world. According to the photographer, Norman Seeff, there is a “slight Mona Lisa quality to that knowing smile.” I’ve never seen a photo of Steve Jobs where he looked so relaxed. Seeing him sit there in his socks with his fun smile makes me, along with millions of other people I’m sure, wish he was still with us.
I don’t think we’ll ever get tired of seeing Steve Jobs Tributes, and it’s unique personal photographs like these that truly showcase the magic behind his unstoppable imagination and determination.
If you click over to iPhone Savior, you can read the story behind these photographs. It’s a truly great article, and it’s perfect for reading with your morning coffee or your evening tea. The photographer who took this first photo below is selling a limited number of them. There are 300 signed prints available ($125), and also some unsigned prints ($75) that you can order. If you are interested in doing that, you can go to Norman Seeff Photography. I’m hoping to get a copy for myself. I just called the phone number on the website. I absolutely love this!