[foh-toh-shop] /ˈfoʊ toʊˌʃɒp/
a brand name for computer software used to digitally alter digital photographs or other graphics.
verb (used with object), Photoshopped, Photoshopping.
(sometimes lowercase) to alter (an image) using this software: Her face is nicely Photoshopped in the ad.
They’ve photoshopped the car onto an image of a beautiful beach.
verb -shops, -shopping, -shopped
(transitive) to alter (a digital photograph or other image), using an image editing application, especially Adobe Photoshop
“to edit an image using a computer program,” 1992, originally, and properly still, only in reference to Photoshop, a bitmap graphics editor trademarked and published by Adobe, released in 1990. Like Taser and Dumpster, it has a tendency to become generic, but if you use it that way in print their lawyers will still send you The Letter. Related: Photoshopped; photoshopping.
An image manipulation program by Adobe Systems, Inc..
[foh-tuh-sfeer] /ˈfoʊ təˌsfɪər/ noun 1. a sphere of light or radiance. 2. Astronomy. the luminous visible surface of the sun, being a shallow layer of strongly ionized gases. /ˈfəʊtəʊˌsfɪə/ noun 1. the visible surface of the sun, several hundred kilometres thick n. 1660s, “orb of light,” from photo- + -sphere. Astronomical sense is from 1848. […]
noun 1. a picture spread. See under (def 33).
photostable pho·to·sta·ble (fō’tō-stā’bəl) adj. Unchanged upon exposure to light.
[foh-tuh-stat] /ˈfoʊ təˌstæt/ noun 1. a camera for making facsimile copies of documents, drawings, etc., in the form of paper negatives on which the positions of lines, objects, etc., in the originals are maintained. 2. a copy made with this camera. verb (used with or without object), photostated or photostatted, photostating or photostatting. 3. to […]