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If anyone finds an actual photo essay for this article, you might also want an example of a montage, since the photo montage page links here and this article mentions "montage." You can use a montage I created from a pig and a baby's mouth.
Unless that's something other than a montage. -Barry- 04:35, 15 December 2005 (UTC) (post dated due to forgetfulness)
The external link above is to a montage. However, a photo montage is not the same as a photo essay. Some photo montages may be photo essays, but not all of them are, and a pig and baby's mouth montage doesn't strike me as a photo essay. At the time I write, montage links to here (photo essay) with the link text modified to read "photo montage." This should probably be corrected, and photo montage probably deserves its own article. However, that does not mean that a photo montage cannot be a photo essay, so IMO the material here about photo montages ought to stay. Also, the above was written by User:-Barry- (whose user page is notable). Please sign comments. --Jeff Medkeff | Talk 19:31, 13 December 2005 (UTC)
I've reverted 220.127.116.11 because this address is adding a broken and ill-formatted link to an external site that is not really germane to the article, without regard to page format. (The link is being dropped in haphazardly toward the end of the article.) I assume the other reverts to this user's edits were for the same reason(s). I concur the article needs some examples (see stub message), but I am pretty certain that what is meant is some titles of famous photo essays and links to their wikipedia articles. When and if I have time, I'll supply some, unless someone does so before me. (By all means please feel free....) --Jeff Medkeff | Talk 19:31, 13 December 2005 (UTC)