Best examples of conceptual photographs

Conceptual photography is when the photographer tries to convey a message or a “concept”, and in general, this message is transmitted through a theoretical symbolism that can be interpreted by the viewer. Even though most photographers have a specific meaning they are trying to convey, the image that can be interpreted in many different ways. The term ‘conceptual photography’ is now widely used but may describe quite different things. “The whole and soul of conceptual photography is that photographers merely use a symbols and images to communicate ideas. Many a times the concept may be very vague or it can be obvious too.

The task at hand, for the photographer, Is to be able to capture images in such a way that they sell the concept first! A lot of aspiring photographers are attracted to conceptual photography – it is challenging, fun and very rewarding! The images are able to convey specific messages, meanings, or emotions among the audiences so that they can see some magic in the imagination.” from

Boredoms not a burden anyone should bear – Josh

Andrew Gook – New York, meets Paris

Surachai Puthikulangkura – Batelco

Janans Design – University’s Giants Series

“Writing, of course, is writing, acting comes from the theater, and cinematography comes from photography. Editing is unique to film. You can see something from different points of view almost simultaneously, and it creates a new experience.” – Stanley Kubrick

Meditation – Xelistroll


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