Color. Event coverage. Subjects who are actually smiling. These are a few sartorial signatures of editorial photographer and Streetpeeper founder Phil Oh.
Glamcanyon’s Katja Hentschel is a pro at capturing pink-wigged, leather-clad bodies in motion, whether on the streets of Berlin or a stop-motion peek into a film after-party.
You know those sun-drenched, fresh-faced subjects you’d swear were photoshopped (but know in your jealous, jealous heart are not)? That’s Taylor-Made founder Phill Taylor’s specialty.
Italian-based beauty and Tonics founder Giia Guldal Aydinli has a knack for shooting street style, decor, and herself (that’s her on the right).
Don’t let the name fool you — or scare you off for that matter. Bridget Fleming’s asphalt-based photo cache, Downtownfrombehind, has chic commuters — coiffed creative directors, mustachioed restaurant honchos — constantly craning for a better (rear)view.
Streetgeist’s Alkistis Tsitouri and Aris Karatarakis have crisscrossed the map in the name of fashion. The BFF founders launched their site in Greece but have been known to shoot everywhere from the East to West Coast in a single week.
Manila-born FIT alum Joaquin Gregorio’s bio reads like a fashion blogger on the make — when he’s not shooting for his own site, Pop Bop & Snap, he’s prepping a small leather goods collection.
Style Defined NYC’s Katya Moorman has a knack for capturing cool kids, drag queens, and the folks most likely to hang with them in their glam lights — moon, black, strobe — with daytime looks thrown into the mix.
The Dandy Project’s Izzy Tuason has the pretty boy routine down pat. The bow tie enthusiast splits blog posts between DIY projects and portraits, fashion show coverage, and pictures of other equally handsome dudes.
Chicago Street Style’s Amy Creyer is living, breathing, shooting proof the Midwest isn’t all sweatpants and cheese. Hit the Magnificent Mile in a just-right, prints-on-prints combination, and she’s likely to pounce.
London-based lawyer-turned-photographer Vanessa Jackman navigates Euro fashion weeks like she’s laying down the law. (Fellow fashion photographers such as Grazia.it editor Tamu McPherson aren’t just frequent subjects — they’re also fans.)
Le 21ème founder Adam Katz Sinding’s forest-for-the-trees take on fashion has led to a loyal fan base spanning tattooed subjects and fashion trend forecasters alike.
Blink and you’ll miss model-turned-blogger Candice Lake among the beautiful movers, shakers, and getups she shoots while hoofing it through the most glamorous cities.
When New York fashion editors want to spotlight Portland style, they zoom in on Urban Weeds shooter Lisa Warninger. The commercial and creative photographer is a testament to laid-back style that’s anything but schlumpy.