Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin are a Dutch fashion photographer duo, well known for their work for fashion magazines, advertising campaigns, and for their independent art work. Their work been published in magazines like French, British, Japanese, Italian, and American Vogue, as well as V Magazine, W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Self Service, Exit Magazine, Purple Fashion, Visionaire, Fantastic Man, Butt, VMAN, Arena Homme Plus, and 032c. Check out their Vogue Paris issue work after the break… [ Continue Reading ]
French fashion photographer Bruno Dayan is not your average picture taker. His perception of Art or likewise “Fashionable Art,” reeks of such palpable sexuality that, in turn, the viewer finds themselves locked in a battle of good and evil fought between their mind and well…you get the point. Based in Paris and represented by Serlin Associates, a photographic management group located both in Paris and London, Dayan has not only associated his name with Quality and Sensuality, but as he has established himself as a Fashion Photographer, he has had the opportunity of working with exclusive clients such as Louis Vuitton, Moschino, Yves Saint Laurent, Max Factor, and Loreal. [ Continue Reading ]
Yanick Dery’s fashion photography is bold and sophisticated. The various series of pictures on his website are both in color and black and white. You can also see a varying level of digitization in the photographs. The above photograph, for example, albeit stunning in effect, seems to be simply a very well-executed shot. The jungle and absinthe series, however, seems to be more an example of digital art than photography.
Swedish photographer John Gripenholm shoots it all— fashion and beauty, advertising, editorial and cover art.
Although Nick Knight is a well known name in the realm of fashion photography, he is without a doubt one of the most talented surreal fashion photographers out there. Knight combines elements of graphic design, photo manipulation and stellar photography to create images that are on one level disturbing, and on another so entirely whimsical. [ Continue Reading ]