David Hockney is an artist who produced a lot of photo collages. A lot of his photos are taken from different perspectives, or different times, or possibly from a completely different scene altogether. The result is a cohesive image that has a lot of strange details and remind me a lot of a Picasso painting.
I thought the next photo was interesting because it completely violates the traditional frame of a photo. And as a result of this montage technique you can see many different expressions of each person in the photo.
The way that these images are put together is able to move the viewer through both time and space. Below is a photo that is in the style of David Hockney but isn’t made by him that illustrates this idea.