Brian Duffy, who has died of lung disease, was hired by British Vogue in the early 1960s. He was one of a select group that brought an innovative approach fashion photography.
He became synonymous with the "documentary" style, setting the tone of high fashion.
Duffy, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, influenced and defined the look of the "Swinging Sixties".
As well as fashion, Duffy shot many famous faces of the day, including this picture of gangster Reggie Kray sparring with his grandfather, a former boxer.
Duffy photographed American novelist William Burroughs in 1963.
Duffy shot three album covers for David Bowie, including this one for the Aladdin Sane album.
His pictures were regularly featured in all three broadsheet Sunday newspapers in the UK as well as many fashion magazines.
The 70s saw a switch to advertising photography, including this ad for Smirnoff
Back to Bowie - the photo shoot for his Scary Monsters album.
An exhibition of new examples of Brian Duffy's work ran in 2009 at the Chris Beetles Gallery in Mayfair, London.
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