Fine Art Photography Portfolio Websites | Tips and Examples

Are you looking to create an online portfolio of your fine art photography work? Here are some fine art portfolio examples with tips and tricks.

June 18, 2021
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Piotr Wenclewski

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About Piotr Wenclewski

Piotr Wenclewski is a graduate of the European Academy of Photography in Warsaw. He made his diploma thesis in the field of artistic photography and has presented his works at several individual exhibitions in the country and abroad. Mostly taking photographs, Piotr sometimes also paints, draws and writes poetry. He lives and works in Warsaw - Poland.

https://piotrwenclewski.format.com
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About marjolein martinot

Marjolein is a Dutch photographer, based in France. Her photography touches on the poetic, while striving to remain authentic and true at the same time. She aims to evoke sentiments by using and mixing different photographic approaches and analogue cameras. The prime focus of Marjolein’s work is on everyday life: family, friends, and the places and things that touch her. Her most recent project is called “Riverland”(2023-Finalist - The Sony World Photography Awards, Professional Competition).

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Alvin Ng

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About Alvin Ng

Alvin Ng, a Southeast Asian photographic artist currently based in Singapore, formally channels these creative expressions. His works embody the merging of past and present, utilizing hand-manipulated prints to delve into the rich tapestry of Humanity's mythic heritage. With an aim to evoke a sense of wonder and curiosity, Alvin's art invites viewers on a journey that transcends temporal boundaries.

https://alvin-iwxm.format.com
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Alexander Stefan

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About Alexander Stefan

Alexander Stefan never worked as a full-time photographer, even though he received a professional photographer's education at the Washington School of Photography in mid-1990's. For nearly 30 years, he's been creating experimental photo art. Had numerous personal exhibits, participated in group shows and got awards at photo contests. He uses techniques such as in-camera double/multiple exposures, image "sandwiching", blurring of images, camera movement, lens filters. No computer post-production.

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Sean Pressley

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About Sean Pressley

Sean Pressley is a photographer from Charleston, SC currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY. His work acts as a survey of the black experience drawing inspiration from his middle class upbringing, often exploring gray areas, states of rest, and periods of informality. His works include portraits, landscapes, and documentary works, as well as staged representations which resemble documents resulting in a stylized, slightly embellished depiction of reality.

https://seanwpressley.format.com
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Emmanuelle BENJAMIN

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About Emmanuelle BENJAMIN

Emmanuelle BENJAMIN is a French photographer-author born in Bordeaux in 1983. Her initial training in the human sciences and psychoanalysis influences her author's gaze. Her photographic work is at the same time pictorial, poetic and dreamlike. She is more of a colorist and recomposes reality often rather vertically. Her universe is an invitation and a dive into intimacy and subjectivity. Above all, she draws influence from the meditative observation of her surrounding world.

https://emmanuellebenjamin.format.com
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Fine Art Photography Tips: Understand The Rules of Composition

In fine art photography, beauty, balance and aesthetics are even more important than in other types of photography. Since fine art photographs are often displayed as art pieces, one of the most important fine art photography tips is to become familiar with the rules of composition, since these will help your images look as appealing as possible to the eye. Of course, rules are made to be broken, and some of the most interesting photographs defy rules of composition such as symmetry. However, to effectively break the rules, you should first understand them.

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Patrick Lambertz Photography

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About Patrick Lambertz Photography

Patrick was born 1972 in Aachen/Germany and grew up in Germany, Ghana and Belgium. He initially studied filmmaking in Berlin and worked with artists like Wim Wenders, Rosa von Praunheim and Shirin Neshat. He then moved to Switzerland, working as Head of Marketing and Chief Operating Officer in the sports and fashion industry, while continuously realizing professional shootings published in print magazines, advertisements and catalogues.

https://patrick-lambertz.format.com
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Jamie Kronick

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About Jamie Kronick

Jamie Kronick is a fine art & editorial portrait photographer based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. In his photographic work he creates compelling, at times haunting pieces that reveal personality by linking the physicality of place to the internal individuality of each subject.

https://jamiekronick.format.com
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Jamil Fatti

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About Jamil Fatti

Jamil Fatti is an artist and licensed landscape architect currently pursuing a masters in fine arts at the Rhode Island School of Design.

https://jamilfatti.format.com
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Yin Qin

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About Yin Qin

Yin is a photo and video artist from China, who currently resides in Beijing. She received her MFA degree in San Francisco Art Institute where she studied photography, video and sound art. Her major focus is about portraits, emotions, the philosophy of life, humor, meaningful and meaningless state. Her art styles varies and changes with times, but is most often imaginary.

https://michelleqin.format.com
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Quinn Saine

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About Quinn Saine

Quinn Saine's passion for the California Coast is the overwhelming theme throughout their work. Saine's photographic collection varies from ultra-long exposures, traditional astrophotography, and ocean abstractions. Whether the photograph provides immense detail, a simple aesthetic, bold or muted colors, each image clings to its own unique ephemeral moment. Their intention is to create a visceral response of tranquility and awe that the ocean gifts to all of us.

https://quinnsaine.format.com
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Janne Amalie Svit

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About Janne Amalie Svit

Janne Amalie Svit (1978) is a Norwegian photographer living in the countryside of Norway. She has 20 years of experience as a professional photographer and is a graduate from Kent Institute of Art and Design in England and Norwegian School of Photography. Svit work is nurtured by her relationship to her surroundings in the north, in what many think of as in the middle of nowhere.Her work can be seen as a visual diary, investigating motherhood, dystopia and the Human Condition.

https://jannesvit.format.com
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Looking through your favorite sources of fine art photography inspiration? Start With The Equipment You Already Have

You might get tempted to splash out on all the best equipment, lenses, and camera bodies. However, the best equipment is the equipment you already have. Focus on creating interesting, beautiful images with your current camera set up, and then you can slowly add equipment as you get a better sense of what you actually need to create the images you want to capture.

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Naomi

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About Naomi

White is the winner of PDN’s Objects of Desire award, attended several artist residencies, and exhibited throughout North America and Europe, including at the art fairs Scope Miami, Spectrum Miami, and Photo LA. Her work has been published in PDN, The Brooklyn Rail, Village Voice, Cut Me Up, FAYN, and Uncertain States. White holds an MFA in Photography and Related Media from SVA in New York, a Post Baccalaureate in Photography from the San Francisco Art institute, and a BA in English Literature

https://naomiwhitephoto.format.com
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Katya Ilina

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About Katya Ilina

Katya Ilina is a London and Toronto based artist working at the intersection of portrait, fashion and observational photography genres. Her works explore themes of identity expression, gender, and the human condition in the context of social and cultural change. Ilina has exhibited in the UK, Canada, and South Korea, including Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2021, where she received the 3rd prize.

https://katyailina.format.com
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Izabella Provan

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About Izabella Provan

Izabella Provan (b. 1993) is a photographer living in Portland, Maine. She received a BFA from the Maine College of Art in 2015. Her images examine privacy, space, censorship, and contradictions in gray areas. Utilizing analog, digital, and experimental processes, Provan is concerned by an isolated existence and makes work that inspects the middle ground in the presence of anticipation, the fear of the unknown. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally by the PhoPa Gallery in Maine,

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Anna Bobkova

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About Anna Bobkova

Anna Bobkova is a 27 year old 35mm photographer based in Taipei, Taiwan. Her work focuses on capturing everyday visuals to bring light to the importance of unnoticed passing moments and simple details of nature and city in a human's life.

https://annabobkova.format.com
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Hitesh Ambasna

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About Hitesh Ambasna

Hitesh Ambasna is an educator and an artist. Their work is rooted in the photography of invention and they see photography as a visual language that is informed by art and culture. Ambasna's working strategy is simple. Curiosity is a key element, and embracing creative failure as way to explore new ideas. They are interested in 'making photographs rather than taking photographs'

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Mikael Owunna

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Mikael Owunna is a queer Nigerian American multi-media artist, filmmaker, and engineer. Exploring the intersections of visual media with engineering, optics, Blackness, and African cosmologies, his work seeks to elucidate an emancipatory vision of possibility that pushes people beyond all boundaries, restrictions, and frontiers.

https://mikael-owunna.format.com
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Fine Art Portfolio Tips: Begin Your Project With An Artist Statement

Unlike other kinds of photography where you might just start snapping and see what you come up with, fine art photography is typically more intentional and conceptual. This means that before you start shooting, taking some time to think about the concept behind your work will make your final images stronger. A good way to collect your shots is to write an artist statement for a particular project before shooting. You can always edit it later, but having a clear intention in your mind can provide valuable clarity when shooting. 

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Zsolt Kóté

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About Zsolt Kóté

For years Zsolt Kóté was photographing everything. No projects, just enjoying the process of learning to paint with lenses and lights. After so many years in agony to find what really interest him, he finally realized the first project: The Inexpressible Projects. Right now Zsolt is working on the Unexplainable Mystery of the Miraculous Manifestation of the Immeasurable Unknown project which involves publishing his first photo book.

https://zsolophoto.format.com
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Alexa Telano

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About Alexa Telano

Alexa Telano is an analog driven photographer whom is making work about the human condition. Her background in photojournalism fueled a deeper passion for examining the effects that trauma has on the body and psyche. This is subsequently reflected in the way she photographs both the human form and landscapes. She is primarily based in Queens, NY with a BFA in Photography, Pratt Institute, class of May 2016.

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Naraphat Sakarthornsap

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About Naraphat Sakarthornsap

Naraphat Sakarthornsap (Bangkok, Thailand) lives and works in Bangkok. In many of his works, Naraphat Sakarthornsap presents stories of social inequality through photographs, in which flowers play the leading role. Other important elements in his exhibits are the mysterious letters and words he intentionally titled his photos, each of which is delicately and meaningfully interconnected. He did so as those messages cannot be explicitly spoken or displayed due to the constraints of the society.

https://naraphatsakarthornsap.format.com
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Jasper Jones

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Hot Sheet is a salon-style exhibition that seeks to celebrate the use of photography within art, featuring works by artists, with projects that utilise and challenge photographic styles and tropes.

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Almudena

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Almudena Romero is a visual artist working with a wide range of photographic processes from early printing techniques such as cyanotype, salt printing or wet plate collodion, to newly developed technologies. Her practice uses photographic processes to reflect on issues relating to identity, representation and ideology. These are fibre-based silver gelatin prints (traditional black and white photographic paper) manually developed in darkroom conditions so the unexposed silver becomes a mirror.

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Lucia

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Lucía Herrero studied Architecture, Photography and Physical Theater. This shaped Lucia as the artist she is now. Her photographic work has won international prizes and her images are exhibited internationally in museums, galleries and photography festivals. Over the last years she has developed an approach to documentary photography called by her Antropología Fantástica. It is a mixture between social science and artistic intervention. She researches storytelling in photography.

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Fine Art Photography Ideas: Experiment With Your Camera’s Shutter Speed

Try playing around with your shutter speed to create new, artistic effects. This is one of the best fine art tips if you’re capturing water or another rapidly moving subject, since a slower shutter speed will transform an ordinary scene into something much more captivating. One thing to keep in mind when slowing down your shutter speed is that you’ll need a tripod to avoid your whole image being wobbly. 

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Goseong

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Goseong, (a.k.a Goseong Choi, S.Korea) examines ephemeral gestures and original forms of life and consciousness through his photographic language. His visual metaphor is personal and transcendence, and it reflects his identity and paradox.

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Isabella Richter

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About Isabella Richter

Isabella Richter wants to amaze people with the incredible beauty and diversity of plant foods. Her macro photographs of most underrated and overlooked everyday foods are meant to spark the viewer's imagination. The ingredients she is using in the kitchen inspire the creation and after the photoshoots, the props are being eaten. Isabella has extended her work to mixed media art, which opens up even more possibilities.

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Todd R Forsgren

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About Todd R Forsgren

Todd R Forsgren uses photography to examine themes of ecology, environmentalism, and perceptions of the landscape while striving to strike a balance between art history and natural history. To do so, he employs a range of approaches, from documentary strategies to experimental techniques. Todd's photographs have been featured in National Geographic, Slate, Wired, The Guardian, Nature, New Scientist, and TIME's Lightbox, to name a few.

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Charlotta Hammar

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About Charlotta Hammar

Charlotta Hammar is a Swedish photographer based in Styrsö, Gothenburg. She received her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Gothenburg in 2020. Charlotta’s work contains beautiful, kaleidoscopic images of many subjects — including objects, people, landscapes, foliage, and more. She believes that photography has the possibility to create and present an alternative, visual world based on a photographer's inner visual world. Through photography, she tries to mediate her view of the world.

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John Lucarelli

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John Lucarelli is a self-taught photographer whose work revolves around his life at the ocean. His imagery is saturated with color and symmetric in composition. Based in Newport Beach, California, John likes to shoot film as much as possible and loves experimenting with different techniques as he travels the globe in search of adventures.

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Lucy Shortman

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Lucy Shortman's work explores how visual language can be communicated using surface, color and texture within and of the photograph. The inclusion of the body exploits theatricality and personal privacy. My approach is to create emotional triggers this creating a fictional, immersive experience for the viewer.

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Fine Art Photography Ideas: Print Your Work

More than many other types of photography, fine art photography lends itself well to being printed and displayed just like any other artwork. This is a good idea if you want to make some extra passive income with your photography by offering prints for sale in the ecommerce part of your portfolio website. Also, if you dream of seeing your work on the walls of a gallery, you’ll have to get it off the screen and into the real world. By printing your works on a smaller scale first, you’ll get familiar with different paper types, printing techniques, and printers you know and trust with your work.

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