Fashion Photographers

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Behind those amazing magazine covers, those dreamy photoshoots, those futuristic campaigns expect for the set and the models are some of the greatest and top fashion photographers of the world. Sometimes you might have the idea but how you will put it one your paper is another story. This is what the photographers do. They complete your idea into a colorful or black&white paper. So we collect our favorite fashion photographers into a list. We know there are a lot of them that will not be included but anyway, let's start with the first one: 

Mario Testino: 

Mario Testino is such an iconic and legendary photographer that it's hard to believe he grew up wanting to be a priest, or that he dyed his hair pink to get noticed when he did realize he wanted to be a photographer. He's shot an overwhelming number of celebrities and cultural icons, from Diana, the Princess of Wales to Emma Watson, Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julia Roberts, Kristen Stewart, Gisele Bündchen, and Lady Gaga. He and stylist Carine Roitfeld are credited with reviving Gucci in the mid-90s with their groundbreaking, provocative ad campaigns. He's continued to shoot for nearly every magazine, in addition to Burberry, Gucci, Versace, Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Estee Launder, Michael Kors, and more. He continues to receive royal commissions, and in 2002 had a massively successful show at The National Portrait Gallery in London titled Portraits, which went on to tour in other cities internationally.
 Mario Testino with Kate Moss...



  Diana

Photo shoot for V Magazine

Let's continue with 
Inez & Vinoodh

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin have been unstoppable since they joined forces in 1986. Their talent was noticed by the fashion world after they created successful fine art projects together, notably for Lawina, MoMA PS1, and BLVD Magazine. They've challenged, reinvented, and rejuvenated fashion photography in ways no one can deny, winning countless awards for their work with Vogue, Paris Vogue, Vogue Italia, W, Visionaire, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, L’Uomo Vogue, Interview, and others. They've also done iconic campaigns for houses Yves Saint Laurent, Balmain, Nina Ricci, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Isabel Marant, Giuseppe Zanotti, Lanvin Homme, Miu Miu, Balenciaga, Givenchy, and more. Their legacy thus far has been that of being pioneers in digital photography and creating a style of their own in the fashion photography world





Terry Richardson: 
Terry Richardson's name is nearly synonymous with fashion photography, if not the entire genre of photography itself. His past as a serious bass guitarist in a punk rock band suggested that he wouldn't follow in the footsteps of his photographer father, but he did, and has done incredibly well for himself. His style has always been highly sexualized and controversial, causing some to say that he's re-instilled rawness into fashion photography, and causing others to say that he takes it too far. While his work includes — but is not limited to — fashion photography, he's shot for brands Marc Jacobs, Aldo, Supreme, Tom Ford, Yves Saint Laurent, and more, and has done covers and spreads for GQ, Vogue, Vanity Fair, i-D, Vice, Harper's Bazaar, Dazed and Confused, and others





Next to our list of our favorite fashion photographers 

Met&Marcus:
Mert & Marcus, who are Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, top the list for multiple reasons — the breadth of their work across publications (Vogue USA, Vogue Italia, W Magazine, Pop Magazine, Numéro, phy, where perfection is paramount, Mert & Marcus are undoubtedly, and continually, at the top of the game.  and more) and brands (Louis Vuitton, Missoni, Giorgio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Fendi, Kenzo, Miu Miu, and more), their unique style since joining forces in the mid 90s, and their ability to make innovative use of digital technology. Their work boasts perfection, both in their photography and in the presentation of their subjects, which is a result of fine-tuned craft and attention to appearance. In the genre of fashion photography, where perfection is paramount, Mert & Marcus are undoubtedly, and continually, at the top of the game.







Last but not least: 

Ellen Von Unwerth:

Ellen von Unwerth's style is erotic and feminine, with an understanding of beauty that's all her own. Interestingly enough, she was a model for ten years before pursuing a career as a photographer. The fashion world took notice of her skill after she shot Claudia Schiffer, and since, she's shot for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, Arena, L'Uomo Vogue, and more, in addition to publishing books and winning countless awards. She's also known for shooting the early GUESS Jeans campaigns, which she shot again for the company's 30th anniversary.






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