19 October 2012
Last updated at 11:13
A new exhibition at Somerset House in London explores the work of photographer Tim Walker.
Walker's work has graced the pages of British, French, American and Italian Vogue, Vanity Fair, W and The New Yorker among many others.
His work is elaborate, with the sets constructed for each shoot buzzing with technicians, make-up artists and others, meaning they often resemble a film stage set.
Walker transforms fashion shoots into fairytales or, in his own words, "daydreams into photographs".
Some are bizarre, and the exhibition offers a glimpse behind the scenes with installations, props and models on show.
There's often humour within the frames, such as here with a flying saucer joining in with a hunt.
Walker's work is shot entirely on film rather than digitally.
Alongside the fashion work, portraits of actors and celebrities show another side of Walker's work. Here Tilda Swinton is pictured wearing aviator goggles from a shoot in Iceland.
Tim Walker: Story Teller can be seen at Somerset House 18 October to 27 January 2013 and a book accompanying the show is published by Thames & Hudson.
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