[foh-tuh-graf, -grahf] /ˈfoʊ təˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/
a picture produced by .
verb (used with object)
to take a photograph of.
verb (used without object)
to practice .
to be photographed or be suitable for being photographed in some specified way:
The children photograph well.
an image of an object, person, scene, etc, in the form of a print or slide recorded by a camera on photosensitive material Often shortened to photo
to take a photograph of (an object, person, scene, etc)
1839, “picture obtained by photography,” coined by Sir John Herschel from photo- + -graph “instrument for recording; something written.” It won out over other suggestions, such as photogene and heliograph. Neo-Anglo-Saxonists prefer sunprint. The verb, as well as photography, are first found in a paper read before the Royal Society on March 14, 1839.
[fuh-tog-ruh-fee] /fəˈtɒg rə fi/ noun 1. the process or art of producing images of objects on sensitized surfaces by the chemical action of light or of other forms of radiant energy, as x-rays, gamma rays, or cosmic rays. 2. . /fəˈtɒɡrəfɪ/ noun 1. the process of recording images on sensitized material by the action of […]
[foh-tuh-gruh-vyoo r, -grey-vyer] /ˌfoʊ tə grəˈvyʊər, -ˈgreɪ vyər/ noun 1. any of various processes, based on photography, by which an intaglio engraving is formed on a metal plate, from which ink reproductions are made. 2. the plate. 3. a print made from it. /ˌfəʊtəʊɡrəˈvjʊə/ noun 1. any of various methods in which an intaglio plate […]
- Photo id
noun an identification card with a photograph of the card bearer
[foh-tuh-hee-lee-uh-graf, -grahf] /ˌfoʊ təˈhi li əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/ noun, Astronomy. 1. an instrument for photographing the sun, consisting of a camera and a specially adapted telescope.