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Creating the top 5 list for the best fashion photographers in the world is not as easy as you would think. There are some hundreds of thousands of photographers in the world today, and all of them nearly excel in the field. Some of them are quite famous, and others you might never have heard of, but they are nonetheless amazing photographers in their own amazing way:

After moving to New York in 1989, Peters has put all his focus on fashion, beauty and celebrity photography, contributing to nearly every major fashion magazine including French, Italian, British, German, Japanese and Spanish Vogue, Numero, Arena, GQ, Dazed & Confused, Ten and The Face. His clients range from Celine, Bottega Veneta, Dunhill, Hermes, Diesel, Philips, Nike, Addidas, Plein Sud, Armani, Joop, Miu Miu, Samsonite, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Guerlain, Lancome, Sonja Rykiel, Rochas, La Perla and many more.

Schuller is famous for his large staged and massive colorful photographs. Schuller has collaborated with many fashion magazines and designers and has a very distinct taste in photography. His father was a theatre dramaturge and director, and Kristian's photography is evident to be inspired by his experiences during his childhood.

Mert and Marcus is the professional name of two fashion photographers (Mert Alaş and Marcus Piggott) who work together on a collaborative basis. Mert (from Turkey) and Marcus (Welsh from the UK) both born in 1971 are one of the most renowned photographer duos in the world.

Knight won awards for his editorial work for Vogue, W Magazine, Dazed & Confused, i-D, Another Magazine, The Face, BLITZ, Arena Homme + and Visionaire.There was an exhibition of Knight's work at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Saatchi Gallery, the Photographers' Gallery, and Hayward Gallery.

He is one international fame for fashion photography, which is invariably infused with the romance and passion of his native country, Italy. After studying architecture in Milan, his hometown, Giampaolo decided to begin a career in photography. French Vogue describes the photographer’s vision of women as “a balance between sensuality, femininity, and glamour.”

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