Creative concept & art direction by Solange Knowles Photography by Alan Ferguson

Puma x Solange - creative concept & art direction by Solange Knowles Photography by Alan Ferguson

Aisha Zeijpvelds "Surreal Portraits". paper, photographer, photography, layer, hold, face, concept

Aisha Zeijpvelds "Surreal Portraits" - I like how the artist presents different textures. The plain background draws the eye to the detail and the texture of the image.

Instagram Star: Dave Krugman #inspiration #photography

Photogrist featuring articles and information on digital and film photography, as well as inspirational photos and pieces from around the world.

Pictures speak a thousand words conceptual photography. Some of the words swear but i like this idea and concept, very powerful

40 Significant Examples of Conceptual Photography

Pictures speak a thousand words conceptual photography. Some of the words swear but i like this idea and concept, very powerful. For a portfolio add one where she looks Happy with nice words behind

20 years old U.S.-based photographer Rachel Baran creates powerful surreal and conceptual self portraits

Breathtaking Surreal Self Portraits by 20-Year-Old Rachel Baran

PHOTOGRAPHY: Magical Self-Portraits by Rachel Baran Rachel Baran, a 20 year old photographer hailing from Ohio, captures herself in stunningly surreal scenarios. [[MORE]] Whether she looks like a dark.

New York City Street Photography by David Everly #art #photography #Street Photography

Cyberpunk future of New York City District Street Photography and cyberpunk concept art environment inspiration ideas by David Everly Street Photography

Julia Kuzmenko McKim - Fashion photography - Natural disasters, volcano concept ideas

Fashion Photography by Julia Kuzmenko

Use rim light rather than background light to provide the complementary colours. Photo by Julia Kuzmenko McKim, Model: Tori Tracy, Makeup & Hair: Mikala Jean Vandenbroucke

A very interesting and somewhat new concept of portrait photography that shows the model holding up a frame, only to reveal the back of their face. It gives off a strong anonymous identity that makes you want to be able to physically walk around and see their face.

A very interesting and somewhat new concept of portrait photography that shows the model holding up a frame, only to reveal the back of their face. It gives off a strong anonymous identity that makes you want to be able to physically walk around and see t

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