Any English expert here? When do we use which word?
Photo, photograph and picture.
Is there any difference in each of the word?
these are related to the physical item
now-a-days it is called an image file
photo is abbreviated of photograph which is a light painting if u wanna get technical about it. Both are created using a camera and light. A picture can be any visual image such as a painting or comic. Picture's a more broad and general term me thinks.
Opinions are like A-holes. Everyone's got one.
Bro Razin, can you picture an image of a photo within a captured file in the camera obscura of your mind's eye?
Actually, that might spark the seed of an idea of a dark, haunting image set for a future project - ethereal pictures of memories in a haunting past as seen from inside a subject's mind/eye?
Steps on how to appreciate this pic.
1. make your display background colour black
2. Right click add this as wallpaper image. Position it in the center
3. Turn off your lights, all of them.
4. Look at her eyes. Look hard, you can see her pupils.
Yeah ... but perhaps alot more intricate ... obfuscated and confusing. Dremascapes are rarely ever 'plain' and vacuous. There's always too much trash in the human brain.
When people say picture, I always think of a little artist in the camera with a pencil and some pastel crayons working away furiously.