Definition of photograph. Meaning of photograph. Synonyms of photograph
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Definition of photograph
Photograph Pho"to*graph, v. i.
To practice photography; to take photographs.
Photograph Pho"to*graph, n. [Photo- + -graph.]
A picture or likeness obtained by photography.
PhotographPhotograph Pho"to*graph, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Photographed;
p. pr. & vb. n. Photographing.]
To take a picture or likeness of by means of photography; as,
to photograph a view; to photograph a group.
He makes his pen drawing on white paper, and they are
afterwards photographed on wood. --Hamerton.
Note: Also used figuratively.
He is photographed on my mind. --Lady D.
Meaning of photograph from wikipedia
- uses, see photograph
(disambiguation). for policy
on wikipedia, see wikipedia:images. for the technique, see photography. a photograph
- processing digital photograph restoration
is the practice
of a digital
copy of a physical photograph which
has been damaged
- 'photograph' is a song by american alternative
rock band weezer. it is the third
and final single
from the band's self-titled third
album, weezer. 'photograph'
- a photograph
is an image created
by the effect
on a light-sensitive material. photo
may also refer
to: photo-, the gr**** prefix
- a mug shot or mugshot
term for police
photograph, or booking
photograph), is a photographic portrait typically taken after
- 'photograph' is a song recorded
rock band nickelback. it was released
2005 as the first single
from their fifth studio
- the british library philatelic department photograph collection
is a collection
of philatelic material
not in the library's collections
- the cottingley fairies appear
in a series
of five photographs taken
by elsie wright
(1900–88) and frances griffiths
(1907–86), two young cousins
- manually adding colour
to a black-and-white photograph, generally either
of the photograph
or for artistic