Robb Kendrick (born 1963 in Spur, Texas) is an American photographer. He has photographed 16 feature stories for National Geographic magazine, and has published three photo books. In addition to his color documentary work, he makes images on tintype, a historical photo process that was popular in the mid-19th century. His portraits of modern-day cowboys on tintype have been compared to Edward Curtis’ portraits of Native Americans. Robb Kendrick refrains from using social media focusing instead on his family.