What is a 3D Photo Montage?

by Memory Imprint Studio
In still imagery art, photomontage is the process of compositing a new photograph by joining a number of other Image. In motion graphic art, digital photo montage is also known as: DVD biography, digital photo album, DVD video slideshow or digital photo slideshow with music, which is a video clip created out of the compilation of still photos and/or video clips. Note: A slideshow is not necessarily a video unless it is encoded and interlaced with audio at a much higher frame rates (30fps for NTSC or 25fps for PAL). The simplest slideshow is a sequence of images displayed at a certain interval with some simple transition effects. Some video editing applications are needed in order to edit and encode the sequence along with audio into a video clip (NTSC, PAL or SECAM). The images can be manipulated to produce a sense of motion. One of most commonly used technique is called Ken Burns, which is a type of pan-and-scan effect used in video production from still imagery. 3D Photo Montage employs the similar concept as in 3D animation. The still images are composited in a seamless 3D motion graphic background. Explore our website or blog site for some creative 3D photo montage. Memory Imprint Studio Site: Blog:

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