Abstract This study was conducted to examine the effectiveness of project-based learning in digital photography for creativity enhancement among a group of low achievers students in a secondary vocational school. Drawing on the Isman Instructional Design Model as the module design process, this study employed a quasi-experimental method. A group of 40 low achiever students were selected as sample of a single case study design in this study and it was conducted in 16 R & D sessions within 3 weeks. Researchers modified the project module PROSFak using the modules of Curriculum Plan; picturing Peace: Creative Digital Photography Project by ArtsBridge. The implications of the study for the Ministry of Education (MOE), teachers and students were also discussed.