What’s the Idea?

I’m still on the topic of concept photography and am having fun looking to see what ideas or moods my pictures might communicate. I am not to use people in the shot which makes it a little more challenging.

I was seeing that many of the graphic messages are individual or of a private nature, they might say one thing to me and nothing or maybe even the opposite to someone else. Of course, there are the generally recognized images, like a heart for love or a lock for security. Other images are original but you get the point immediately. Some images need a caption – and then you say, oh yes!

Here’s my little gallery of concept shots. I took these for my photography class but have done more post processing than I would for the pictures I upload for my assignments. If you hover with the mouse over the picture, you’ll see the captions I gave the pictures. You might agree or disagree. The pictures look better when you click and enlarge them.

I’m still wondering which two images I should turn in for my class assignment. I think the most important thing is still a good picture. All opinions welcome!

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3 Responses to What’s the Idea?

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  2. Very nice pictures. My favorites are “Noise”, “Caution” and “Buckets of Love”. Not sure whether I agree with the caption of “Caution” – I’d say “caged liberty” or something along those lines…

    • Many thanks for your opinion, Dominika. I agree, ‘caution’ isn’t quite appropriate, but it was on our list of words and I liked the picture (Flugzeugmuseum in Schleißheim) so ….
      In German I called ‘buckets of love’ ‘Liebe im Eimer’, not quite the same. lol

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