Narrative photography is most liked work of the photographers. They are just not pictures but they tell the story of an event. They capture the moment in a manner that it describes a story unheard. Ansel Adams said “You do not take a photograph, you make it.” through this post we will bring you a few narrative photography examples which are larger than life. The pictures will make you go aww and surprise you with the stories they hold. You can also see Amazing Conceptual Photography Examples.
This picture of old man sleeping on street with a dog speaks volumes. The picture depicts the dog protecting the old man in the street while he is asleep. Indeed, dogs are the best friend of a human being.
This picture is a sheer example of innocence. The girl is walking forward in a illusive place while a bear is behind her and she has no idea about it. It is the same way like life.
This picture is beyond imagination. The spotlight on the man in the open space from above makes us wonder about the life beyond earth. Is it from God or an Alien?
This picture depicts the workspace of the writer. It is a beautiful small place with all sorts of communication except the writer. Very creative surrounding around.
This picture depicts the best feeling when you see the whole city from above. The city looks like a decorated necklace. Don’t you want to sit there with someone special in your arms?
Vision and time are the two important key factors of life. This picture will remind you of the same. Caught between vision and time!
This picture has a woman carrying small houses which is combined through the thread. Half of her face is visible in the long empty field and the black and white image is adding more beauty to it.
The boy watching the moon behind the buildings is epic. It speaks volumes about the lonely person living in the city.
The man in the picture is falling. He is wearing a suit and this picture narrates the story of corporate life.
The girl watching another girl playing volleyball talks about the desires which get lost due to constraints. The expression is speaking everything.