Today, the Depositphotos library contains over 190 million files. The Editor’s Choice Gallery #4, compiled by our picky content curators, is our ode to conceptual stock photography.

What is conceptual photography? It is a genre where the author’s idea and the symbols they use to convey meanings dominate other aspects of the shot. However, this Ukraine-based contributor proves that an extraordinary and captivating idea does not necessarily prevent photos from being extremely appealing.

We invite you to dive into the whirlpool of intricate medieval costumes and Renaissance symbols that have undergone some unexpected transformations.

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stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

stock photo renaissance conceptual photography

Editor’s Choice Gallery #4 shatters myths related to stock photography. For example, in this collection, you will not find stock photography clichés, unnaturally joyful characters, or hackneyed photo filters.

The author of this conceptual art photography rethinks medieval costumes and famous paintings and appears as a witty artist rather than a commercial photographer. He follows his own artistic code and we respect him for that!

Check out the full Editor’s Choice Gallery #4 to enjoy a contemporary take on medieval aesthetics and some Renaissance-inspired visual riddles.

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