According to MTV.com, Marilyn Manson is among the rockers captured by Amanda de Cadenet's lens for her upcoming photo book, "Rare Birds", due in September. The 10-year-retrospective presents the personalities of musicians, actors, models and more in unconventional poses and moments. "I have always liked the imperfections of a person," de Cadenet said. "This is the reality of being human and it's beautiful to me. What I look for in my own life and with the people I photograph is the truth of who they really are." Also included are shots of a BECK, THE STROKES, THE VINES, KINGS OF LEON, THE DISTILLERS, Keanu Reeves, Tobey Maguire, Benicio Del Toro, Orlando Bloom, Rose McGowan and Amanda Peet.
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