Synonyms of 'photograph'
a picture made by the chemical action of light on sensitive filmHe wants to take some photographs of the house.
I saw his picture in the paper.
She received praise for the monochrome shots in the film.
All people want to see is an image on the TV screen.
a black and white print of the children
snap (informal), , ,
a snap my mother took last year
The first colour photo was a transparency of a tartan ribbon.
likeness, , ,
The museum displays wax likenesses of every U.S. president.
to take a photograph ofI hate being photographed.
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in the sense of film
to photograph with a movie or video cameraWe filmed the scene in one hour.
in the sense of image
an optical reproduction of an object, formed by the lens of an eye or camera, or by a mirrorAll people want to see is an image on the TV screen.
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