Fashion photography involves clicking pictures of models, clothing, accessories and other fashion items. Since fashion has an important role to play in the life of people, the work of fashion photographers has become very important. Here are some of the most famous photographers of all time who have never failed to wow their audience with their amazing work.
1. Horst Diekgerdes
He has been working for Numero, Elle, Another Man, Harper’s Bazaar, H&M, and Sonia Rikiel. He is known to create mysterious scenes and soft light for a dark side. Usually he opts for interesting indoor and outdoor settings that help him with his storytelling.
2. Alessandro Dal Buoni
You can recognize his work by its grace and softness. His work can be seen in Bon, L’Officiel Hommes China, Amica, GQ Japan, Dazed and Confused, Hunter, AnOther Man, D Magazine, i-D, Rolling Stone, V Man, and V, among numerous other publications.
3. Sebastian Kim
You can find his work in Harper’s Bazaar, Muse, Interview, Numero, Numero Japan, Vogue, and W. He has also created amazing campaigns for John Galliano, Alexander Wang, Opening Ceremony, and Calvin Klein.
4. Arnaldo Anaya-Luca
As a special characteristic of his work, he often captures his model in the air or in movement. Usually he is known to work with men and one of his most remarkable campaigns has been the one he did for Ralph Lauren. He has also done some campaigns for the Olympics.
5. Victor Demarchelier
In his case, photography is a family heritage. He usually uses simple concepts to achieve big statements. He worked for numerous big magazines and has established himself as a separate entity. He is considered to be one of the greatest photographers of our days.
6. Georges Antoni
His work is usually black and white and it comes with a hint of eroticism without going overboard. He focuses on the story, on the facial expressions, and the emotions of the models. He mostly works for Harper’s Bazaar, Oyster, and Vogue.
7. Alice Hawkins
In case you are interested in her work, you can find it in Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, LOVE, Vanity Fair, and InStyle. She usually focuses on the sexy side of models to enhance the effect of the dresses. She has also worked for Agent Provocateur, Diesel, and Topman.
8. Alex Sainsbury
His work is confrontational and colorful and he regularly works for Dazed and Confused, Wonderland, Garage, Pop, Arena Homme+, i-D, and Interview. Although he strives for simplicity, he achieves ultimate sophistication that cannot be copied or duplicated.
9. Arnaud Pyvka
His work is characterized by softness, whimsicality, and grace. In order to achieve these, he uses shallow depth and soft tints. He is also one of the photographers who are really creative with their work and he comes up with out-of-the-box ideas even for the simplest shots.
10. Andrew G. Hobbs
His work mixes many different styles into one. You will find him using monochrome, colorful gels, hard, and soft colors. Usually he focuses on the emotions of the models through the facial expressions and the gestures. It is no wonder that we can see his work in Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, L’Officiel, British Vogue, ad GQ. He has also done some ad campaigns for Louis Vuitton and Nike.