Charlotte Rutherford is a visual artist born in 1992, based in Norwich, Norfolk. She do all diferent kinds of photography including the conceptual photography which i am showcasing today. 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. So here is a stunning showcase of conceptual photography by Charlotte Rutherford for your inspiration. Enjoy!

Conceptual Photography:

Conceptual photography essentially is the photographer trying to convey a message or “concept”. Usually this message is conveyed through some abstract symbolism which can be interpreted by the viewer. Even though most photographers have a specific meaning they are trying to get across, usually the image can be interpreted in many different ways. This kind of photography often involves use of computer editing to achieve the desired effects, but many artists work without the computer. Usually the conception of the idea precedes the realization of the photography. Whatever the technique, conceptual photography is known to be one of the most creative genre of photography. Partly because it is harder as compared to other genres, but mostly because it takes a lot of time and patience to get that perfect conceptual shot.

Charlotte Rutherford:

Charlotte Rutherford is a visual artist born in 1992, based in Norwich, Norfolk. Charlotte’s interest and curiosity of the human form is what triggered her love for photography and encouraged her to build a strong portfolio of images; constantly pushing the creativity and technical knowledge of her art. After completing her A levels, Charlotte was offered a place at Bournemouth University. She decided that it may be in her best interest to take a year out of education to nurture her art and focus on her portfolio. Charlotte is an innovator of beauty, her eye for detail and light along side her surrealist and artistic flair makes Charlotte one to keep an eye on.

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