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.