I have touched on a few photographers of women, including fashion photographers, on this blog before. I tend to like those with an individual, quirky style, such as Guy Bourdin, or those who capture intimate scenes of femininity like Jean-Francois Jonvelle.
Here is a Guy Bourdin:
Here is a Jonvelle:
A fashion photographer who is new to me is Willy Vanderperre. He is not as downright weird as Bourdin was, nor as luxuriant as Jonvelle, but I like his style.
A photo he took of model Arizona Muse, whom I have featured previously at this blog:
More of his work:
Another one. He seems to like depicting women in horizontal positions.
Another one of his, “Mirte Maas by Willy Vanderperre for Vogue China October 2010”:
Fashion photography is one of the few artistic areas that seems to allow one to make a living.