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picture, shot, snap, snapshot, likeness, image, portrait, study, print, slide, transparency, negative, positive, plate, film, bromide, frame, exposure, still, proof, enlargementView synonyms
- ‘I have no intention of making contact or sending photos and I have no interest in having any back.’
- ‘Please send a photographer and take a photo to publish in News Shopper.’
- ‘The competition question was: can you guess what is pictured in the photo below?’
- ‘When my dad moved to France he left a lot of things behind, one of which was a fat blue case full of photos and slides.’
- ‘There was a peculiar little sequence when Heather pointed to a montage of photos in a frame.’
- ‘He asked residents to send in any photos, slides or images of the area from bygone days.’
- ‘If I can decorate this site with all kinds of photos I'll post pictures of the car.’
- ‘As a photographer took his photo and the flashbulb went off, the child screamed loudly.’
- ‘British law traditionally dictates that you have no rights to your own image if the photo is shot from public ground.’
- ‘Hovering the mouse over a photo enlarges it, and you can then click to be taken to the file or the appropriate website.’
- ‘Behind her is the same half-finished painting which appeared in a previous photo of her studio.’
- ‘My husband and our then next door neighbour took pictures of those photos on loan to the exhibition.’
- ‘Some things are still working, as you can see from the photos in this online image gallery.’
- ‘As he walks out again with my newspaper, I snap a photo of him with the zoom lens.’
- ‘Send us your sports stories and photos, pictures of your fun night out or your school reunion.’
- ‘Images of his photos keep running in my head until I wake up the next morning.’
- ‘Gareth and Will's photos are printed on sugar sheets stuck on the muffins, so they are edible.’
- ‘She had hoped to frame the photos and put them in the home's television room.’
- ‘A few days before this, a man came to the studio with a photo of his wife and asked to have the picture tattooed on his arm.’
- ‘It was too bizarre to pass up, so I grabbed my camera and started snapping photos.’
- 1.1informal A photo finish.
- ‘Unfortunately for them, it was a photo for fourth place.’
- ‘It was a photo for place and she took third.’
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