'We had to nail it': How a photographer made Vogue history

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Just three years ago Misan Harriman was an amateur photographer, now he has made history by becoming the first black male photographer to shoot Vogue's front cover in the magazine's 104-year history.

The images for September's 'Activism Now' issue depict 18 different people pushing for a better society, with Marcus Rashford and Adwoa Aboah taking on the roles of cover stars.Self-taught Harriman was chosen for the prestigious job by the magazine's editor Edward Enninful after seeing the powerful photos he took during the Black Lives Matter protests.

"As a black man, knowing what this cover would mean to the whole world and my own community, we had to nail it," Harriman told ITV News.

September cover of Vogue titled "Activism Now" Credit: Vogue

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