(1)Photograph; (2) Greek for "light"
Radical which means light (ex: photo-armature: caused by the light)
(Gr. phos, photos =light)
light: radiant energy
a combination of good exposured area and under exposured area
a good example
a good presentation of the person's appearance
a good way to remind me of them
a great way to remember your race
a great way to show them off and have clients remember them longer
a time stamp of the way it was that day
a representation of a person at one nanosecond in time
a two dimensional image, flat, trying to convey the three dimensional underwater world
a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional world, hence parallel lines may not appear as such on film
a single image, a single idea, and a movie is a collection of ideas taking you for a trip
Chemical Etching Fabrication (Photofabrication): The production of precise metal shapes and other substances by reproducing a precise photographic image on the surface of the substance & etching away (or depositing upon) the unprotected areas by chemmachining or electrical means. Alternative Usage Terms: Photochemical Milling Definition photo chemical machining, electrochemical machining milling, chemical blanking process definitions: The precision removal from a thin metal sheet by etching or the conversion of material by electrochemical reaction. The chemmachining or milling process results in a very high tolerance with the parts being fabricated. Photochem, photoetch, photographic photo etching, photomill, photomilling, photomachining, process definitions: The precision removal from a thin metal sheet by etching. The photochem, photoetch, photoetching, photomill, photo etching / milling, or photomachining process results in a very high tolerance with the parts being fabricated.
or Photograph -- an image type with high definition, including many different shades of gray or colour.
Short for photo finish, a result so close it is necessary to use the finish-line camera to determine the order of finish.
A very close finishing result, requiring the use of finish line cameras to make the call.
When flashed on the tote board, two horses finished so close a review of the film must be made to determine the winner.
Interested in exchange of nude or sexually explicit photos of self with similar photos of others.
Photo is a French magazine about photography, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi MÃ©dias. Photo is mostly focusing on artistic aspects of photography instead of technical aspect. The editorial line is mostly oriented toward fashion and nude photography.
PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in January of 1951. The magazine mainly featured photographs of scantily-clad women, although there were also exposÃ©s, featured articles, and examples of photojournalism.