No, not by today's standards. A toilet today is always the porcelain bathroom fixture that flushes away urine and feces.
However, in the 19th century, is was common to refer to the process of dressing oneself, or doing one's hair, or putting on makeup, or even bathing as "making one's toilet." It didn't matter if it was a man or a woman. I have a reproduction of an illustration from Harper's Magazine from the 1870s of an "Indian at his toilet" putting on war paing. See definitions 6 & 10 at http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/toilet
also definitions 2, 3, & 4 from the World English Dictionary at the same web link.
It wasn't until the 1890s in America that toilet becamue almost exclusively associated with the porcelain plumbing fixture in bathrooms.
So I might suggest, "I like to photograph women grooming themselves." or "to take photographs of women ..."