The field of Intersemiotic Translation expresses a distinctive domain of language procedures and practices. It involves a fundamental change of habits of interpretation and innovative forms of sign manipulation. The phenomenon of intersemiotic was defined by Roman Jakobson as "transmutation of signs" or "an interpretation of verbal signs by means of signs of non-verbal sign systems". In this book, the researcher assessed the interpretations of photographs of the book "Photolanguage" by Robert U. Akeret. The book contains over one hundred photographs spanning 100 years. Translation trainees, photo interpreters, scenographers, Cover designers, film directors are those who can benefit from this study.