A combination of related pictures, parts of pictures and/or pieces of copy appearing as one. See also: Collage. to top
The process of making a composite picture by bringing together into a single composition a number of different pictures or parts of pictures and arranging these to form a blended whole.
A single image formed by arranging together several photographs or images from various sources. A composite picture created by bringing together a number of different, but related, pictures or pieces of copy in a single blended composition. See also COMPOSITE DOUBLE BURN PHOTOMONTAGE
a transitional filming technique in which a series of images appear on the screen producing the effect of the passage of time.
(1) Composite made by combining several separate pictures. (2) Rapid succession of images to illustrate an association of ideas.
A composition made up of pictures or parts of pictures previously drawn, painted or photographed; In motion pictures, the combining of separate bits of film to depict the character of a single event through multiple views.
Single image created from a compilation of several images.
In artwork, several photographs pasted on one artboard in a pleasing manner. They can be placed on angles, overlapped, cut to various shapes, etc.
Composite picture made from a number of photographs.
A photograph in which several pieces of copy have been placed together to form a single unit.
The sustaining of vowels in C-1 recitations even while subsequent vowels within the same word or later words are sounded. This trope greatly enriches the overall sonic texture and may also have semantic significance. Analogous tropes occur in vocalises or in certain parachromatic tropes wherein constituent elements overlap in time.
work of art incorporating photographs into a collage
The superimposition of various elements (e g.. photomechanical design elements overlayed onto a silk screened image).
A pictorial technique of arranging cutout, ready-made illustrations, photographs, or fragments of them to create a composite image, either by gluing to a surface, or with computer graphics. It is often used in screen printing and advertising.
An image made of a number of images composited together to make a new image. made famous by the French Photographer Man Ray.
A composite picture resulting from the placing of objects, materials, prints, or photographs in a preconceived design.
An image constructed of several different images.
a paste-up made by sticking together pieces of paper or photographs to form an artistic image; "he used his computer to make a collage of pictures superimposed on a map"
a collection of images that capitalizes on the creative possibilities of time and movement
a composite of closely juxtaposed elements," says Fuerstman
an image made from several other images
a series of still photographs with documentary editing, titles and music on DVD
a set of images with associated depth values
a single image which is composed of thumbnail images composed in a uniform Description
a single image which is composed of thumbnail images layed out in a grid
a way of displaying a composite picture of experience by bringing together into a single composition a blended whole that is distinct
A picture composed of other existing illustrations, pictures, photographs, newspaper clippings, etc. that are arranged so they combine to create a new or original image. A collage.
a single picture composition created by superimposing or arranging many portions of images in a way that makes them join or blend into one.
Single image made up of several photographs.
Artwork created from parts of photographs or other pictures
Also called collage, this is an artwork comprised of portions of various existing images from photographs or prints that are arranged so that when they are joined, overlapped or blended, they form a new image.
or Collage - artwork comprised of portions of existing images such as from photographs or prints, and arranged so that they join, overlap or blend into a new image.
a sequence of images or short scenes that reveal story points or important exposition in an encapsulated manner.
A work made entirely of photographs or incorporating photographs into a collage. Close Window
A portmanteau term covering film, video or television texts. While not attempting to obscure differences between these forms, it should be noted that they share in common the element of duration - that is, they are time-based media. This has implications for the study of these media; traditionally, it had been possible under the rubric of 'media studies' to focus only on print and still image texts. Moving image study has been foregrounded in its own right to distinguish the important difference that duration makes.
A single image formed from the assembling of several images.
A picture made up of various proportions of existing pictures, such as photographs or prints, arranged so they join, overlap, or blend with one another.
(1) Technique of combining in a single photographic composition elements from various sources, such as parts of different photographs. (2) A photographic image produced by this technique.
The process of making one picture from many pictures or designs closely arranged or overlapping each other.
Several photographs or images arranged together to form one complete piece of art.
several drawings or photographs combined into a single illustration.
A compilation of images, sometimes superimposed over visual special effects.
Several photographs combined to form a composite illustration.
An artwork comprising of portions of various existing images such as from photographs or prints, and arranged so that they join, overlap, or blend to create a new image.
In artwork, several photographs ("C" prints) or several transparencies (all the same reproduction size) are pasted or taped to an art board or acetate in order to create a pleasing layout which is capable of being separated in one piece. Originals should contain similar highlight, middletone and shadow characteristics.
A picture that looks like bits and pieces of overlapping pictures.