16 Striking Examples of Portrait Photography

I believe a great portrait is one that moves you when viewed. It’s one that evokes an emotional response out of its viewer and successfully communicates something more about the subject than what is immediately apparent.

It is my hope that this post will help inspire you to take your portrait photography to the next level. Enjoy.

Mohamed Salem
Portrait Photography

Thomas Krauss
Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Kenny Mathieson
Portrait Photography

Sharon Kim
Portrait Photography

kerry singh
Portrait Photography

Sveinn Steinar Benediktsson
Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Gabor Dvornik
Portrait Photography

Monika Manowska
Portrait Photography

Inge den Oudsten
Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography Tutorials
10 More Tips for Stunning Portrait Photography – Here are some great tips and ideas on how to take your portrait photography to the next level.

People & Portrait Photography Tips – National Geographic lays out some tips on how to get the shot you want with unfamiliar subjects.


  1. CodyN says

    Lovely photos. They certainly evoke natural emotions. One can’t level with these photos on a plane of transcendence that undoubtedly goes beyond the limits of our understanding of what the portraiture is truely trying to communicate to the viewer.

    Wishful Thinking
    Doubtful Thoughts

  2. says

    HOLY MOLY, never ceases to amaze me.. Never. The quality of the images, and advice, and links, and blah, blah blah – is superb. PA is my mostesttt favorite ‘must have’.

    I could get rid of all my other links, websites etc. And just go here for reference, I can get any advice and inspiration I may need just from being here.

    These pictures are some of my favorite that I have seen thus far.

    My faves are: the baby, the freckled girl with the laughing eyes, the ollld dude and the last one with the black eye mask.

    thanks so much to all of you who put your time into this.

    I appreciate it so much.


  3. Rosemarie E Seppala says

    So much food for thought. Thank you for the continued information and insights of others. This is how we learn, by sharing our talents with others so they too may pass it on.

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