relating to light
a CD on which still photographs may be stored
informal term for photo opportunity.
another term for photo session.
a close finish of a race in which the winner is identifiable only from a photograph taken as the competitors cross the line
offset printing using plates made photographically
a prearranged session in which a photographer takes photographs of someone for publication
oxidation caused by the action of light
another term for photocall.
a reconstructed picture of a person, especially one sought by the police, made from composite photographs of facial features
a blog in which the postings are primarily in the form of photographs
spoil a photograph of (a person or thing) by unexpectedly appearing in the camera’s field of view as the picture is taken, typically as a prank or practical joke
an occasion on which famous people pose for photographers by arrangement
an account of something told predominantly through photographs, with some accompanying text
a mural consisting of a single enlarged photograph or a collection of photographs covering a wall
a photosensitive resist which, when exposed to light, loses its resistance or its susceptibility to attack by an etchant or solvent. Such materials are used in making microcircuits
a strip cartoon with photographs in place of drawings
a device that detects or responds to incident light by using the electrical effect of individual photons
characterized by or involving the emission of electrons from a surface by the action of light
a montage constructed from photographic images
(of an organism) tending to move away from light
a style of art and sculpture characterized by the highly detailed depiction of ordinary life with the impersonality of a photograph
another term for filmsetting.
the commercial developing and printing of film
the practice of communicating news by photographs, especially in magazines
lithography using plates made photographically
relating to or denoting processes in which photography is involved in the making of a printing plate
having a chemical, electrical, or other response to light
military reconnaissance carried out by means of aerial photography