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/fəˈtägrəfər/,
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photographers, plural;
  1. A person who takes photographs, esp. as a job
    • - a freelance press photographer

  1. someone who takes photographs professionally
  2. (photograph) a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
  3. (photographic) relating to photography or obtained by using photography; "photographic equipment"
  4. (photography) the process of producing images of objects on photosensitive surfaces
  5. The Photographer is a chamber opera by composer Philip Glass that is based on the homicide trial of photographer Eadweard Muybridge. The opera is based on words drawn from the trial as well as Muybridge's letters to his wife. ...
  6. The Photographer is a 2000 film directed by Jeremy Stein.
  7. The Photographer: Into War-torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders is a graphic novel by Emmanuel Guibert, Didier Lefèvre and Frederic Lemercier. ...
  8. (Photograph (Ariel Rivera album)) Photograph is the third album by Philippine singer, Ariel Rivera. The album was released three years after his second due to his acting career. It features the hits, "Narito Ako" and "I Must Have Loved You".
  9. (Photograph (Def Leppard song)) "Photograph" is a 1983 single by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their album Pyromania. It was written as a tribute to the late actress Marilyn Monroe, as singer Joe Elliott often stated before playing the song live onstage. ...
  10. (Photograph (Ringo Starr song)) "Photograph" is a song written by Ringo Starr and George Harrison. It was released by Starr as a single on 5 October 1973, reaching number eight and number one in the UK and U.S. singles charts, respectively. ...
  11. (Photographers) Aaron Chang, Jeff Hornbaker, Tony Nolan, Alan Rich, Chris Elfes, Clifford White, Bob Barker, Peter Love and Peter Simons.
  12. (Photographers) Honoring Kathy Nesbit
  13. (Photographers) Snapping your picture when you least want it, embarking the ship after a long journey. There’s no obligation to buy, though.
  14. Photographers are permitted and in consultation with the management of Queendom Gardens may access all areas of the Gardens to undertake such activity as required.
  15. The Photographers will acquire photo content as needed. They will perform image editing including scanning and image enhancement/manipulation/montage while maintaining visual continuity as established by the Graphic Designers. ...
  16. (Photograph) an image or picture made by exposing light sensitive film with a camera.
  17. (PHOTOGRAPH) A product produced by printing film negatives on paper through a photochemical process.
  18. (PHOTOGRAPH) Memories; a longing for the past; wanting to be remembered or noticed; wanting things to stay the same; your self-image or the image you have of others; the way you see things / If taking a photo: Developing awareness; taking notice of something; events that you want to distance ...
  19. (Photograph) An Image formed on a base material through the action of light on a sensitized emulsion and produced by means of chemical steps.
  20. (Photograph) An image of a magical scene, automatically and necessarily produced and distributed by a programmed apparatus in the course of a game depending on chance, and whose symbols make the viewer receptive to an improbable behavior.
  21. (photograph) A comment you make to another person when you observe them behaving in a way that is mechanical, lacking in conscious awareness, or against the aims of the school.
  22. (Photographic) Apparitions: Ghosts and spirits that you can’t see, but appear in photographs after they are developed.
  23. (Photographic) In 1902, the Eastman Kodak Company took advantage of the booming international postcard fad by issuing a postcard-size photographic paper on which images could be hand-printed directly from negatives. ...
  24. (Photographic) Matchcover imprints & advertising that are, or contain in part, a real photographic image. Both black & white photos, and color photos, are collected. (See Matchorama, Real Photo).
  25. (Photographic) film is a chemically reactive material that records a fixed or still image when the film is exposed to light.