40 Photographs of Pianos That Really Tell A Story

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For your delight, today we have some stunning images of pianos that embrace musicality and really successfully tell a story – be it the engineering feat of these complex instruments, or the joy experienced by those who play and listen.

Telling a story is a fundamental part of photography. Strong images can captivate our attention and can truly convey a message.

We've had pianos since the eighteenth century, and they have brought us aesthetic experiences visually and, of course, musically. They are complex machines that sound like nothing else on the planet when played by the proper hands.

Like music, successful photography transports us through sensory experience and telling a compelling story is a crucial part of that experience. 

Pianos come in varying shapes and sizes, and they all have a particular visual appeal. So, today we bring you 40 compelling images of beautiful pianos!

Photo by Geert Pieters

Photo by Dolo Iglesias

Photo by Denise Jans

Photo by Johannes Plenio

Photo by Flinn Gross Maurer

Photo by Lorenzo Spoleti

Photo by Paige Cody

Photo by Jean-Philippe Delberghe

Photo by Jaclyn Clark

Photo by Josh Appel

Learn the Art of Storytelling Through Photography

If you'd like to understand what photographic storytelling is and learn how to instil the ‘story element' into a photograph that you want to capture, make sure to check out the guide Effective Storytelling With Photography

Photo by Dolo Iglesias

Photo by Darius Soodmad

Photo by Patrick Hendry

Photo by Robert Dickow

Photo by Puk Khantho

Photo by Frnacisco Moreno

Photo by Matthe LeJune

Photo by Markus Gjengaar

Photo by Jonathan Chng

Photo by Patrick Schneider

Photo by Deleece Cook

Photo by Dominik Scythe

Photo by Fanny Renaud

Are You Successfully Telling Your Story?

Effective Storytelling With Photography By Kent DuFault gives you a simple and practical understanding of using storytelling to make your photographs stand out.

You will learn every aspect of the storytelling process, and, how you can implement that knowledge into your photographic efforts!

Think about how that would feel, possessing the skill to impart your personal stories out to the world.

TAKE A LOOK AT EFFECTIVE STORYTELLING WITH PHOTOGRAPHY HERE 

Photo by Guan Yang

Photo by tim Gouw

Photo by Adi Goldstein

Photo by Laura Fuhrman

Photo by Maria Badasian

Photo by Lukas Budimaier

Photo by Steen Jepsen

Photo by Music4life

Photo by Stephen Niemeier

Photo by Jarmoluk

Photo by Stevepb

Photo by Free-Photos

Photo by Steve Johnson

Photo by Juan Pablo Arenas

Photo by Mateusz Dach

Photo by Dariusz Sankowski

Photo by Remaztered Studio

Share Your Personal Stories With The World

Imagine sharing your life's journey, what's important to you, and having the skill to confidently create beautiful stories, from any situation with your photography. In Effective Storytelling With Photography you will learn:

  • How to Use “Story Structure” to instil meaning into any photo that you can dream up
  • The honest truth about why composition on its own cannot create a storytelling photograph.
  • How to ‘Mastermind’ a situation, and work through the process, until you achieve the BEST storytelling image…
  • Clear and straightforward advice on how to tell a story with ANY genre of photography!
  • Why SO many photographers can’t create a storytelling shot, because they don’t understand what exactly makes up a story!
  • The surprising fact- that using storytelling in your photos can actually have a therapeutic effect for your own mind and soul…
  • You will NEVER again waste an opportunity by shooting a ‘meaningless’ photograph!
  • And much more

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About the author

Federico Alegria

Federico is one of our staff writers and has 10 years of experience in making documentary photography, he is currently working in long-term photo essays and you can see more of his work here. He is also a professor at a design-focused University, and is currently pursuing his PhD (and of course, his thesis is around Photography). His work has been featured in museums, newspapers and magazines. He is currently based in El Salvador.

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