Conceptual Photography – Fruit Tiles

Fruit Tiles. Camera: Nikon F100, Film: Kodak Tri-X.

Conceptual Photography – Fruit Tiles

The Story

The idea is clear: Fruits on tiles.

Conceptual Photography

Conceptual photography is a type of photography that illustrates an idea. The idea is clear: Fruits on tiles. The term Conceptual Photography derives from Conceptual Art a movement of the late 1960s. But today the term is used to describe either a methodology or a genre. Read more here.

If you like the idea, you should also watch the sequel in The Psychedelic Magic Zorki Ride, a color photo series put together to a video. You don’t need to be Timothy Leary to fly the Jefferson Airplane in a Zorki 1 Movie. Camera: Zorki 1. Film: Kodak 200.



Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 400, Rodinal 1+35 / 10min.


Styria, Austria.

Conceptual Photography – Fruit Tiles

The Photos

The idea is clear: Fruits on tiles.


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