A. L. Whitey Schafer, who had been in the top position at Columbia, went on to replace Eugene Robert Richee at Paramount. During Schafer's first years at Paramount he took most of Veronica Lake's portraits, and at the beginning of the next decade worked with many new stars, such as Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift when they made 'A Place in the Sun', before his death in 1951.
(Excellent article: Popular Science Feb. 1943 Vol. 142 No. 2--get it on ebay or amazon if you can. It's an article on photography by him).
Here is a excellent link to the man and shows his 'most' famous photo:
Here are a sample of his great works of art:
Fay Wray: top and bottom
Back of Temple photo showing his famous stamp.
A different stamp
Whitey smiling at work with some sexy legs.