Victor Keppler (1904 - 2 December 1987) was an American commercial photographer and author.
Keppler was born in Manhattan. He graduated from Stuyvesant High School and City College of New York. Throughout his career as a photographer, Keppler did advertisements for clients such as Camel Cigarettes and the United States government. Keppler also did cover photos for The Saturday Evening Post. He founded the Famous Photographers School in Westport, Connecticut in 1961 until 1972.
As a published author, Keppler wrote The Eighth Art, a Life of Color Photography and Victor Keppler: Man and Camera.