Marilyn Monroe (1961) – Acclaimed photographer Douglas Kirkland is known for his extensive archive of Hollywood portraits.
This photo of Marilyn Monroe was for the cover of Look magazine's 25th anniversary issue.
Audrey Hepburn (1965) – Kirkland, 82, lives in the Hollywood Hills with his wife and business partner Françoise, who plays an integral role in his work. They met 50 years ago in Paris on the set of an Audrey Hepburn film.
Ann Margret (1971) – Kirkland started out as an assistant to Irving Penn.
John Travolta (1979) – He later joined Life magazine as a staff photographer, and worked there in the '60s and '70s.
Robert Redford and Meryl Streep in "Out of Africa" (1985) – Kirkland shot high-profile subjects both on and off film sets.
Charlie Chaplin, Marlon Brando and Sophia Loren on the set of "A Countess From Hong Kong" (1966) – Known for his charming and gentle demeanor, Kirkland has served as the sole photographer on the set of hundreds of films.
Nicole Kidman in "Australia" (2007) – "Whether he cajoles or whispers, his endearing natural persona remains to get the shot he's looking for. I've seen him sit on one folded leg for over four hours when shooting Nicole Kidman in 'Australia.' He could hardly move for days after that," Françoise said.
Grace Jones in "Cyber Bandits" (1994) – "Each shoot is about an inner vibration and without that, it can be a challenge. I become hypnotized by what I am looking at until I feel I have a shot," Kirkland said.
Mick Jagger (1983) – To mark 60 years in the business, Kirkland is releasing a 10th-anniversary expanded edition of one of his best-selling collections.
Coco Chanel (1962) – Which shoot would Kirkland differently?
"All of them," he said. "There is no reason to believe that the only image captured is the best you could have done."