Commercial photographer Wes Kroninger encourages the entire creative team to participate in the image-making process.
Catherine Nelson's nature collages comprise hundreds of images pieced together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Aly Elliott's photo series “Hiraeth” gives grieving families a glimpse of their lost child and a way to keep them in the family.
A laundry cart, a trailer, a port-a-potty—not typical backdrops for a portrait session. But throw a gel on them and you get amazing images.
At a time when photographic lenses are highly specialized in function, a lens as versatile as the Lensbaby Velvet 28 can open creative possibilities.
What better way to stand out during the pandemic lockdown than a humorous photo series showcasing your talents? George Kamper has a hit with his "Bubble Boy" series.
A dark Estonia river becomes a whimsical photo background.
William Castellana's "Inquisitive Creatures" photo series is filled with hand-felted critters and diminutive scale models
Photography William Castellana tells a children's story through still life photography,
PPA President Gregory Daniel discusses how tapping into the creative interests he had as a kid led him to revamp his style.
Portrait photographer Emmalee Schaumburg pivoted to macro photography during COVID-19 social distancing.
Dana Rubin's photography project, "The Great Equalizer," documents the face mask, which has become a symbol of care during the coronavirus pandemic.
Photographer Mark Hersch creates his "Time After Time" images with modern takes on vintage photos.
12-year-old Anthony Schmidt makes amazing photographs of model cars
Photoshop's Free Transform can help you bend elements to more compelling compositions
Photographer and artist Diane Meyer Berlin Wall series pairs photography with hand stitching.
Fashion and editorial photographer Shane Anderson shares tips for maintaining focus and creativity during the coronavirus lockdown
Photo gallery by Australian photographer Richard Wood showcases his surreal portraits, which he has honed through competition
Conceptual photographer Diaja describes her path to success in the fine art photography business