If you want an extensive photo collection, you might take a look at the PhotoCompanion to the Bible, by BiblePlaces.com. This is an ongoing project that first began appearing in 2017, and has plans to cover the entire Bible. The Gospels includes over 10,000 photos. Work is well underway for several other books. Like the Accordance collection, you will find aerial photos, museum objects, explanatory notes and captions. You can download a few samples from the link.
I am a huge Accordance fan, but in this case, if you want an extensive collection, I think you will be more satisfied with what BiblePlaces offers.
[Disclosure: I worked on the PhotoCompanion Gospels and I have been an Accordance user since 6.9.]
Edited by A.D. Riddle, 08 November 2018 - 01:18 PM.