Fine art photographers - Fine art Photography -

The personal style of different photographers is always intriguing.

There are so many facets to photography that you can generalize or specialize for years and years without ever stagnating. It is a constantly changing artform (especially with regard to digital photography) that provides its artists with limitless ways in which to express themselves.

If you would like to have your photographs considered for inclusion in this gallery please send a few samples with a detailed subject header and email to

The following list represents the work of some very talented and creative photographers.

Canadian Fine Art Photographers

Bryan Adams - Made in Canada series

Babak - Personal work

Vero Boncompagni - Polaroid emulsion transfers

Eric Boutilier-Brown - Water nudes

Genevieve Chicoine - Alternative printing

Joanne Chilton - Abstract colour photographs

Carole Cliffe - Fruit for thought

Paul Deblois - B&W photographs

Gabrielle de Montmollin - B&W toy doll images

Vincenzo D'Alto - Holga Images

Yuri Dojc - Personal studies

Tamara Fiset - Portraits in Painting

Lisa Fleischmann - Underwater photographs

Rafael Goldchain - Colour portraits from Latin America

Nikolas Groot - Alternative printing

Linda Dawn Hammond - Tarot Series

Yousuf Karsh - B+W portraits

Richard Keith - Cell art

Dita Kubin - 'Memory streams and the reconstructed portrait'

Marko Kulik - Large gallery of mixed work from the site's photographer/webmaster

Laszlo of Montreal - Personal images - Nudes in Motion & Portraits

Jimmy Mac Donald - B+W landscapes

Leesa McLellan - Floral photography

Andre Nantel - Close up photographs

William Notman - 1826-1891 Composite photographs

Gail Paslawski - Images from the series Durer's Rhinoceros

Renata Ratajczyk - Manipulated SX-70 still lifes / digital images

Partick Saad - Polaroid manipulation from 'Welcome to the Circo'

Guillaume Simoneau - Pinhole photographs

Neil Trotter - Black and white flowers

Jackie Wexler - Cyanotypes

More international fine art photographers and late masters to come.
We welcome your suggestions.