“If I heard her say it once, I heard her say it a million times: ‘If the house is on fire, we have to grab all those family pictures!’”
PPA President Mary Fisk-Taylor urges photographers to challenge themselves.
How the audacity of youth led to a renewed friendship for John Peterson.
As photographers, we have the privilege of following clients as they journey through their lives.
The pandemic forced Ian Spanier to get creative and devise a studio look at home.
Elliott Erwitt's portfolio makes it seem as if he attended every noteworthy event over the past century. What's his secret?
Failing is no fun, agrees Kaplan Mobray, but it's often the best opportunity to grow and learn something valuable.
Weeding out extraneous stuff starts with asking yourself two questions.
PPA's annual Imaging USA convention goes online for 2021, including educational sessions on photography, entrepreneurship, small business, and image-making inspiration.
In light of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, judging for PPA's International Photographic Competition will be done virtually in 2020, and as usual, will be livestreamed.
5 ways to train yourself to be more resilient during challenging times
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,
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
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