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.
A series of short scenes , often used to show the passing of time, or the process by which something is done. In screenplays, the individual scenes within a montage sometimes don't use scene headers , but rather list each action on a separate line.
Creating a dialectic by juxtaposing two contrasting or conflicting scenes; the combination of scenes is more powerful than either single scene alone; creates a sense of time and space; (much more than just an editing technique).
Rapid sequence of video shots assembled to communicate a particular image or mood.
Scenes whose emotional impact and visual design are achieved through the editing together of many brief shots. The shower scene from Psycho is an example of montage editing.
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a series of childhood photos of the bride and the groom growing up
a slide show of photos with a musical score
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the term applied to the testing variables and their order on polysomnogram paper or a computer monitor, such EEG, EOG, heart rate, and so on.
Montage is the term related to the testing variables and their order on polysomnogram paper or a computer monitor, such as EOG, BPM, EEG, and so on.
The particular arrangement by which a number of derivations are displayed simultaneously in a polysomnogram