Definition of photog in English:

photog

noun

North American
informal
  • A photographer.

    ‘a legendary fashion photog’
    • ‘Other photogs and camera crews saw that and rushed down to get their own.’
    • ‘Later on, photogs caught up with her again, and the blonde bombshell loudly declared, ‘I love New York!’’
    • ‘The photog also claims that Kid Rock then picked up the camera, put it inside his vehicle and drove away with both bodyguards.’
    • ‘A lot of photogs are buying the Canon 10D and Digital Rebel, assuming that it costs more, so they should get even better results right out of the camera.’
    • ‘And I have a feeling a lot of photogs and paparazzi in particular are going to start thinking twice before they invade the spaces of celebrities.’

Pronunciation

photog

/fəˈtɒɡ/