A new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life, 1990-2005, draws together well-known assignments and personal work by the photographer.
With over 150 photographs, the exhibition shows iconic images of well-known faces - such as actor Leonardo DiCaprio - alongside personal photographs of her family and friends.
There are also landscapes taken in Monument Valley, in the American West, and in Wadi Rum, in the Jordanian desert.
Leibovitz has been documenting US popular culture since the 1970s, with her work appearing in Rolling Stone magazine, Vanity Fair, and Vogue, as well as a number of high-profile advertising campaigns.
Leibovitz's subjects include actors Jamie Foxx, Daniel Day Lewis, Nicole Kidman and Brad Pitt, as well as public figures such as General Norman Schwartzkopf and former US Secretary of State Colin Powell.
The exhibition has been shown in New York, San Diego, Atlanta, Washington, San Francisco and Paris. It is on display in London until 1 February 2009.