Roundup: Best of Conceptual Photography

Roundup: Best of Conceptual Photography

What exactly is conceptual photography? We let the definition from Wiki do the talking:

Conceptual photography as a part of conceptual art is a photography genre in which the artist makes a photograph of a concept or idea. Usually the conception of the idea precedes the realization of the photography. This kind of photography often involves use of computer editing to achieve the desired effects, but many artists work without the computer.

The reason why I love conceptual photographs is because they always can be looked at from different angles – while you may have a different perception about the story the image is telling, someone would have a different view all together. The images can be gazed on for minutes trying to make a story out of it.

The credits can be found at the very end of the post. Please do go check them out – their galleries have more of such great photographs and images. Also, if you click on their images, you might also find a story/message as to why they made the image: on what basis.

 

 

 

Credits:

oO-Rein-Oo (2), koukei, naked-in-the-rain, Spademm, ApokryphiaArt, oO-Rein-Oo (2), SHJ-Soul, Delacorr, tyt2000, Gwarf, P0RG, Lukreszja, Alephunky, P0RG, kelc, suzi9mm, auroille, muratsuyur, ▲D A M R O W N E Y (2), Ben Heine, On the mountain at dawn, Sarah Ann Loreth (3), Ben Heine (2), giuseppe maiorana, Svetlana Bekyarova, Erwan Wahid, Leszek Paradowski, Hengki Lee, Ian Munro

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