Brian Duffy, whose photographs helped define the look of London's Swinging Sixties, has died aged 76.
Along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, Duffy was a key part of the group of young working class British photographers who revolutionized the image of the profession and became as famous as the models, musicians and film stars they worked with.
He was born in London's East End, studied dress design at St Martin's School of Art, and worked as a fashion illustrator for Harper's Bazaar before turning to photography. He was one of just a handful of photographers to shoot two Pirelli calenders, and was known for his clean and graphic approach to fashion photography.
His work also spanned reportage and advertising, and he shot three David Bowie album covers, including Aladdin Sane.
In 1979, Duffy decided to give up photography and burned many of his negatives, but he resumed taking pictures just last year.