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He reveals the stories behind his favourite shots, from hugs with Mandela to wielding a powder puff backstage. Funk was born 12 days before Jackson, on 17 Augustjust outside Brooklyn. He was inspired to pick up a camera by his uncle, Leo Friedman, a famous Broadway photographer. Starting off with street photography and shooting local basketball matches, Funk worked his way up to such magazines as Time, Life and Newsweek. I told Michael and we laughed about it — but the fact I told him built up a trust.

Subsequently, while on the Victory tour, Funk was given unprecedented access to the singer. One intimate photo taken by Funk captures Jackson applying his own makeup, something he took great pride in. Michael had no interest in asing a gender to anybody.

On the Victory tour, Funk was exposed to occasional outbursts. Michael was never ridiculing to me ever, but if someone messed up the de of his stage, then he would yell at them. He expected perfection. The sold-out Victory tour was a turning point for Jackson. Just two years earlier, he released Thriller to stratospheric acclaim, and the media circus was now starting to spiral out of control.

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There was a practical reason for me taking Women in Jackson wanting sex photo. Michael had huge hands and I wanted to make the most of them as they were expressive — and a good way for him to embrace the world. At that stage, his whole existence was geared towards healing the world, so having big, expressive hands was a very important way to speak to the people. Another Funk photo shows Jackson holding a book in front his face. It is an intensely personal shot intended as an advert for the World Book Encyclopedia, which would be distributed to American classrooms. But was Jackson actually covering his face due to shyness?

But his shyness and introversion never hindered his ability to work with me as a photographer. Michael knew exactly what he wanted artistically, right up until probably the last two years of his life, where he got swayed by the wrong people and got in way over his head. This was the time of the This Is It tour, which Funk had been due to photograph. Jackson was all set to play 50 dates in quick succession at the O2 Arena in London. But, 20 days before the opening night, he died from cardiac arrest, triggered by acute anaesthetics intoxication.

I can tell you that a big part of his plans following the This Is It tour was to do charity work and use his influence to better mankind. InJackson was charged with child molestation, only to later be acquitted. The memory still angers Funk. The image, which Funk describes as the highlight of his career, shows the trio smiling infectiously. I was told by the publicists I had no time to shoot, but Michael kicked them all out and let me take my time.

I tried to capture the joy of this incredible moment. It was real powerful. He would have done anything for Nelson — Michael and Liz gave his presidential campaign a very generous donation. I believe he and Nelson got on so well as Michael was like the Mandela of music, in the sense that he too broke down a lot of barriers. Remember, Michael was one of the first global black superstars. Some critics accused the singer of being ashamed of his blackness, and of gaining a dangerous obsession with plastic surgery.

Bullshit … He had a problem with his looks because his father told him he was ugly and abused him. What do you expect? He was immensely proud to be a black man. Michael was suffering from a cruel skin disease, which changed his appearance, and I had to rise to this as his photographer and adapt his lighting. I think the problem was Michael wanted badly for his skin to look even-toned. Funk, who seems to have an endless supply of Jackson stories, speaks softly in a New York accent, energetically recalling their nine consecutive rides on Space Mountain at Disneyland.

Jackson attempted to persuade Funk to ride it for a 10th time but by then the photographer felt sick and his legs had turned Women in Jackson wanting sex jelly. I asked him if he wanted me to stop the film but he alled to keep it rolling.

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He squeezed my hand tightly. I really felt his humanity in that moment. He was like a big. Jackson was not the only star who turned to Funk. The photographer is currently planning a London exhibition of his work, which also includes shots of David Bowie, Tina Turner and Amy Winehouse, though the king of pop will of course dominate. This will be an interesting postscript to On the Wall, the show about to open at the National Portrait Gallery that looks at how Jackson was portrayed in paintings and photography.

Funk, who is based in Los Angeles, is quite happy to let his career be defined by his shots of Jackson.

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