Ted Chin's imaginative creations place larger-than-life creatures in breathtaking locales.
Quarantine offered time and space to explore the centuries-old cyanotype process.
Keith Carter has had a 50-year career of insights, and he's still finding inspiration.
Elliott Erwitt's portfolio makes it seem as if he attended every noteworthy event over the past century. What's his secret?
Catherine Nelson's nature collages comprise hundreds of images pieced together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Black-and-white landscape photographs that feature both vast vistas and small details.
Nathan McCreery believes your best photographic work is whatever resonates with you.
At dusk thousands of starlings moving in unison through the sky, and photographer Søren Solkær is there to chronicle these haunting performances.
Brad Walls used a DJI Mavic 2 drone to make photographs of swimming pools from the sky, create artistic representations from simple lines.
Can you use Adobe Photoshop to create a similar effect to the in-camera multi-exposure method? Christoffer Relander tried it out for his series "We Are Nature."
There’s nothing like the permanence and value of print, but many photographers don’t have the resources, space, or volume to justify having a fine art printer
A dark Estonia river becomes a whimsical photo background.
It's a worthy successor to Canson’s Infinity Baryta fine art paper.
Portrait photographer Emmalee Schaumburg pivoted to macro photography during COVID-19 social distancing.
Photographer and artist Diane Meyer Berlin Wall series pairs photography with hand stitching.
Finnish photographer MIkko Lagerstedt describes how he made this self-portrait.
A photo gallery of photographer Ceres Diaja Henry's conceptual portraits
Conceptual photographer Diaja describes her path to success in the fine art photography business
Photographer Ceres Diaja Henry describes how she created a fine art portrait of her niece