Following on from our most recent article looking into RePicturing Age, we take a look at three more concepts that are frequently represented by stereotypes.

Our iStock contributors to give their unique viewpoint RePicture Innovation, Beauty and Femininity – three concepts that are often the subject of clichéd imagery.

 

RePicture Innovation

1. Action Shot of Skateboarder by Ryan Lane

“Youth culture is a driving force behind lifestyle innovation, as pictured here with color, fashion, and hobby choice.”

To explore more of Ryan’s work you can visit his website or you can view the rest of his collection on iStock.

 

2. The Floor is Yours by Daniel Laflor

“Passionate and in pursuit of the insanely great, innovators connect the dots and create experiences that enrich our lives.”

To explore more of Daniel’s work you can visit his website or you can view the rest of his collection on iStock.

View more images that RePicture Innovation here.

 

RePicture Beauty

1. Human Anatomy Model by Aldo Ottaviani

“It’s a beautiful piece of plastic, that impresses by the delicacy of the facial features, and the fact that it is a little androgynous.”

To exploremore of Aldo’s work you can view the rest of his collection on iStock.

2.  Glitter Makeup Fashion by Mauro Grigollo

“Usually I’m focusing on real lifestyle images and portraits. I started to ask to myself:  what happens if I start to mix some elements with a beautiful face? Why don't I try to go out of my scheme to see what I can create with imagination?”

To explore more of Mauro’s work you can visit his website or you can view the rest of his collection on iStock.

View more images that RePicture Beauty here.

 

RePicture Femininity

1. Full Life by Noriko Cooper

“Femininity is the essence of woman, embracing every line and wrinkle and loving who you are.”

To explore more of Noriko’s work you can visit her website or you can view the rest of her collection on iStock.

View more images that RePicture Femininity here.

 

We are always keen to hear your views on what we can RePicture and how our contributors have done so already. If you would like to participate in the campaign you can upload a photo you’ve taken to Twitter or Instagram, and adding the #RePicture hashtag.

Follow the whole RePicture journey here and through our social accounts and websites to see all of the concepts we are discussing.

Editor's Note: Please note, by adding #RePicture to your photos, you grant us only the right to publish your images, credited to you, on our Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook accounts.

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