(of text or illustrations) ready to be photographed.
Contemporary Examples

Joy Behar’s New Point of View Kevin Sessums May 11, 2010
Is Boeing’s New Plane Safe? Clive Irving June 22, 2009
Kate Middleton Wears Alexander McQueen to Prince George’s Christening Isabel Wilkinson October 22, 2013


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