Fashion photography is a wonderful opportunity to find out what’s out there and what’s trending.

The best photographers of all time are worth following, and you should.

So, let’s break down which fashion photographers are worth taking an interest in. 1.

Annie Leibovitz, New York Times Magazine Annie Lebovitz is the photographer of the modern day New York City.

She is known for her eye-catching portraits of people and places, and she has been recognized by the New York magazine as one of the world’s best photographers.

Her work has been exhibited in over 20 countries and has been translated into more than 100 languages.

She has also worked with other fashion designers, including L.A. fashion designer Lauren Ralph and fashion designer Sophie Reiman.

In 2010, she was nominated for the first Annual Whitney Biennial.

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Vivienne Westwood, The New York Observer Vivienne is a fashion photographer who has been credited with changing the way we look at fashion, especially in the mid-1990s.

She began her career in the late 1940s as a fashion model before moving into photography and began capturing the glamour of her day.

She became known for the iconic photograph of herself with a group of friends, taken during the 1950s, of her in a white dress and a white wig.

Her image of a white woman wearing a black skirt and black gloves became a symbol of a feminist movement.

Westwood won the prestigious 2009 Pulitzer Prize for photography.

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Anna Wintour, The Times Wintor is a New York-based designer, writer and photographer who is renowned for her distinctive look.

She won the Pulitzer Prize in 2007 for her photograph of a man on a subway platform wearing a red suit and red tie.

Wintors photography has won numerous awards including the Pritzker Prize and the Pulitzer for Photography.

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Mary Poppins, The Washington Post Mary Popper is a British author and painter who was born Mary Alice Poppin in London in 1894.

She was known for a provocative, vibrant style that has been described as “a mix of surrealism and glamour.”

She earned a PhD in art history from the University of Texas in 1971.

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James Baldwin, The Guardian James Baldwin was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and writer who is best known for his famous essay, “The Speech That Changed America.”

He was born in Brooklyn, New Jersey, and grew up in Brooklyn.

He was the son of a factory worker and was educated at the University Of Texas in Austin.

He became a famous writer, journalist and director in the 1960s, including the films “I’m a Fugitive,” “The Thin Red Line,” “All the President’s Men” and “The Great Escape.”

He has been known for several films, including “The Graduate” and his best-known, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid.”

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Michael Ondaatje, The Observer Michael Ondrejko is an acclaimed international photographer, who was recently named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people of the past century.

He is known to use a range of photographic techniques including light, color, and composition to create provocative images.

He has worked for newspapers, magazines, magazines and film, and he has also edited a magazine.

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Robert Capa, The Post Capa is one of fashion photography’s most influential photographers.

His style of photography has influenced fashion designers and collectors worldwide.

He first started shooting as a child in the 1950’s.

Capa has had a strong impact on fashion photography over the years, both in the United States and internationally.

He began working in the 1980s for the New Yorker and has since created many of the most iconic images of women.

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Lili Reinhart, Vogue Lili is a Dutch fashion photographer, and is known as one the worlds foremost designers of high fashion, with over a decade of work with such iconic brands as Versace, Chanel, Ralph Lauren and more.

Her works have been exhibited internationally, including at the Venice Biennale, as well as at the New Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Lilli is a regular contributor to the New Statesman and is also a frequent contributor to The New Yorker.

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David Graeber, The Atlantic David Grau is a journalist, author and documentary filmmaker.

He writes for numerous publications, including Salon, New States Review, Salon.com, and The Atlantic.

He also is the founder of the Grau Foundation, a non-profit that works to improve the lives of children in need.

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Robert Crumb, New Yorker Robert Crumbs photographs fashion and culture and has written for the Huffington Post, Vanity Fair, and more than a dozen publications.

He won a Pulitzer for his photography of Michael Jackson and has worked with celebrities including Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, and Beyonce.

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Paul Bettany, The Telegraph Paul Bettand is an English-language photographer and editor based