Montage

joining together pictorial elements or sequences in photography, film and video.

montage

- see editing
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montage

1.A composition made up of pictures or parts of pictures previously drawn, painted, or photographed. 2. In motion pictures, the combining of separate bits of film to portray the character of a single event through multiple views.
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montage

(art) In art, a design made by sticking one material over another. Photomontage involves photographs being pasted together and overlaid, sometimes mixed with newspaper and magazine cuttings. This technique was very popular with the Dadaists, and more recently with David Hockney. In cinema, the...
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Montage

[filmmaking] Montage (ʒ) is a technique in film editing in which a series of short shots are edited into a sequence to condense space, time, and information. The term has been used in various contexts. It was introduced to cinema primarily by Eisenstein, and early Soviet directors used it as a synonym for creative editing. In France the wo...
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Montage

A pictorial composition made by juxtaposing or superimposing many pictures or designs; closely tied to collage.
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montage

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.
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Montage

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.
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Montage

A single image formed from the assembling of several images.
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Montage

Collage of multiple images.
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montage

Editing a sequence of shots or scenes together in a continuous sequence to more quickly convey information over a period of time.
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montage

In art, a design made by sticking one material over another. Photomontage involves photographs being pasted together and overlaid, sometimes mixed with newspaper and magazine cuttings. This...
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montage

In cinema, the juxtaposition of several images or shots to produce an independent meaning. The term is also used more generally to describe the whole process of editing or a rapidly edited series of shots. It was coined by the Russian director Sergei Eisenstein
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Montage

In Hollywood films, a montage is a short sequence that shows the condensed progression of time.
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montage

in motion pictures, the editing technique of assembling separate pieces of thematically related film and putting them together into a sequence. With ... [4 related articles]
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Montage

In the production and editing of film this term has come to refer to a seemingly unrelated series of frames combined so that one scene quickly dissolves into the next, shifting categories, effects and settings in such a manner as to convey a quick passage of time or an abstract unity through thematic devices such as meter, rhythm, tonality, and int...
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Montage

Is a composite picture made from a number of photographs.
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montage

montage (montäzh', Fr. môNtäzh') , the art and technique of motion-picture editing in which contrasting shots or sequences are used to effect emotional or intellectual responses. It was developed creatively after 1925 by the Russian Sergei Eisenstein; since that time montage ...
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montage

montage 1. A picture or other work of art composed by assembling, overlaying, and overlapping many different materials or pieces collected from different sources; such as, photographs, magazines, and other pictures. 2. The artistic technique of creating a montage. 3. A motion-picture sequence consisting of a series of dissolves, superimpositions,...
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Montage

putting together of visual images to form a sequence. Made famous by Russian film maker Eisenstein in his famous film Battleship Potemkin.
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montage

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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montage

Style of editing involving rapid cutting so that one image is juxtaposed with another or one scene quickly dissolves into the next. Angles, settings and framing are manipulated in a conspicuous way (violating coherent mise-en-scene) so as to convey a swift passage of time, to create some kind of visual or conceptual continuity, or to generate a dis...
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Montage

The assembly of shots and the portrayal of action or ideas through the use of many short shots. (Film Editing)
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Montage

The seamless combination of divergent images into a singular image.
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Montage

Transitional sequences of rapidly edited images, used to suggest the lapse of time or the passing of events
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