Over 30 years spent building a reputation as a leading fashion photographer, Bruno Bisang has been trusted with the image of some of the most beautiful women in the world.
Monica Bellucci, Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer - to name just four - have appeared on the front cover of international magazines after gazing into his lens.
But the subject of Bruno Bisang: 30 Years Of Polaroids - the new show opening at London's Little Black Gallery this month - is not the glossy fashion shoots that made his name but the random snaps he took with a modest instant camera along the way.
The result is a vivid evocation of the unique bond that exists between famous models and their most trusted photographers.
Looking relaxed - not to mention, in many cases, naked - some of Bisang's models were so pleased with their Polaroid portrait they signed them for him.
Even in a technical sense, the composition and colour of the photos seem to transcend the tool that made them, making this show a tribute Bisang's artistry as well as a documentation of a remarkable career.
Warning: this gallery contains nudity.
Sky N, for Amica, Milan, 1992
Lydia Possner for GQ, Paris, 2003
Naomi Campbell, for Swish, New York, 1994
Paola Barbieri, for Cosmo, Miami, 1990
Adriana Karembeu, Paris, 1999
Youma Diakite, Milan, 1998
Madga Gomez, Pantelleria, 2005
Monica Bellucci, Paris, 1997
Kat, for YSL, Paris, 2001
Aida Y, Turin, 2001
Brenda Schad, for Vogue Italia, Milan, 1989
Claudia Schiffer, Paris, 1997
Sarah S, for L'Officiel, Paris, 1993
Tereza Maxova, Milan, 1995
Acrobat, for Wolford, Paris, 1993
Romina + Ron, for Bolero, Gstaad, 1992
Nicole Beach, for Wolford, New York, 1992
Bobby, New York
Bruno Bisang: 30 Years of Polaroids is at The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, London SW10 0AJ from 15 Jan - 9 Feb.