Helmut Newton is a legendary names in the photography industry. Famous for the portraits of celebrities became an ever more important aspect of Newton’s work, and while these were at first mostly related to the world of fashion. Throughout his career, Helmut Newton used Polaroid’s not just for their poetics but as a crucial tool for testing lighting and composition before a shoot began. Many photographers threw these tests away. His widow June Newton assembled this fascinating behind-the-scenes look at some of his greatest shoots, from the classic nudes in Milan to latex-clad shots in St. Tropez.