Summer Glau was photographed for TV Guide Magazine in Los Angeles, California on January 13, 2011 (Photos by Jason O'Dell/Contour by Getty Images). The photo shoot was made by TV Guide during NBC Universal 2011 Winter TCA Press Tour
, where Summer Glau and her "The Cape" co-stars, including David Lyons, James Frain, and Keith David, were promoting the superhero drama.
Fans are often complaining that very few of Summer's photo shoot are ever available in HQ, and the photo shoot by Jason O’Dell was no exception...until now. The good news is that we have acquired the high resolution versions of the six photos of Summer. So without further ado, watch these lovely HQ photos of Summer from the Contour collection by Getty Images.
A photo of Summer taken from Jason o'Dell's photo shoot was used to illustrate an article published in the November 11, 2013 issue of TV Guide magazine. It is, I might add, amusing to note that the photo shoot was made to promote The Cape but it was ultimately being used for an article on Summer Glau's role in Arrow. You can find the article in a previous blog post: Summer Glau Fans Have Made the Tiny Texas Native a Genre Giant
Don't hesitate to let us know if more images from this shoot have been used in online or magazine articles.
We are glad to provide HQ photos from this photoshoot. But the best part is that we have acquired more HQ images featuring Summer Glau for Getty's Contour collection, including Tyler Shield's lingerie photo shoot. So stay tuned as we will publish the photos of Summer in the following days.
Side note: as a staff member of the Summer Glau Wiki, sharing things with fans is the very definition of what we do here and our only reward is when fans like the stuff we find. Unfortunately there are people out there that like to steal images or videos and post them as their own without crediting us for the find (even if you watermark images, the chances are that that people might crop the image). On the advice of the Summer Glau Wiki webmasters and our friend KortoloB, we have decided to use minimal watermarks.