The word “photogram” (from the English word “photogram”) has a lot of meanings and translations. Each attempt to give a specific definition is similar to the pursuit of its own “shadow.” But you can still make a squeeze from the descriptions of this method of shooting, which we find in various print and online publications. Continue reading
Paparaction photos are not so much an interesting genre and art, but rather a complex skill. The main task is to convey the “piquant” moment that happened to some popular and famous person.
Many popular people hate the paparazzi, but there are those who willingly share with the photographers their schedule of the day and enjoy the next scandalous pictures. Continue reading
Photomontage (the word comes from the ancient Greek, meaning “light” in translation, and the French word “montage” – assembling, lifting, installation) – this is getting photographs by compiling them from various other photos and their parts.
Photomontage is relevant when creating advertising posters, cartoons, political cartoons, etc. Continue reading
A photo story (or, as they often say, in the English way – “photostory”) is a story that we tell photos. Looking at the pictures, we should see vivid emotions, atmosphere, moods of any moment or period of time. Stories can be different and tell us about the journey to the sea or the magic of the winter forest. One of the most common stories – “Love Story”, is also popular – one day of a child’s life (with shooting both at home and on a walk). Continue reading
The word “collage” itself comes from the French “collage”, which means “sticking” and implies some artistic result (a work of art or graphics) created using this same sticking – objects, materials and ready-made pictures that differ in color, texture, etc.
Thus, a photo collage is the creation of a new photo-image or image by “merging” several pictures, sometimes not having a direct relationship with each other of photographs. Continue reading