Triptych Photography can provide some of the most striking displays and installations, whether in a museum or a home.
Triptych Photos are one of the more intriguing display methods for photography. Although triptych displays are not new by any means, they are relatively new in photography.
Triptych, is from the Greek descriptive word that means 3-fold, try means “3”. A piece of Triptych Art is a piece of art (commonly known as wall board composition) isolated into 3 parts, or 3 cut boards pivoted together and could be collapsed closed or showed open.
One of the least known forms of art is also one of the most complex. For most people who are not art enthusiasts, the terms Triptych Art and triptych photography sound like something from the ancient times. Well, this is partly truth. The whole truth is that these are some of the most complex forms of art and contrary to what most people might want to believe, these forms of art are celebrated all over the world.
The triptych form has its roots planted in early Christian art. Triptych art in its early form was a popular standard format for altar paintings and reached its hight during the middle ages.
Just like in Landscape Photography, consider your use of the foreground in a scene. You can use foreground for scale or to add interest to the image. Always look for interesting object like rocks and rock formations on the beach. You want to find objects that can lead the viewers eye to the subject.