John Wimberley (born July 1945) is an American photographer and artist. He has photographed extensively in the American West. His body of work also includes figurative work of a woman underwater, photographs of old mining camps in Nevada, and photographs of ancient American Indian rock art.
Wimberley has formulated two black and white photographic film developers that are sold commercially. He has also integrated his personal beliefs about metaphysics and spirituality into his photographic work. In addition, Wimberley leads a workshop titled Sight and Insight in which he teaches his preferred methods for selecting photographic subjects.
His photographs have appeared in over 70 exhibitions, multiple international publications, and are represented in more than 900 public and private collections. In 2010, Wimberley received the Oliver Award from the American Rock Art Research Association for his self-published book of American Indian rock art titled Evidence of Magic. During 2011, Wimberley was one of eight photographers selected to participate in the first ever exhibition of American landscape photography in Russia.