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photography

See Photodocumentation.

photography,

n the process of making images on a chemically sensitive plate or film, using the energy of light or other radiant source.
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I leave a photograph which he might care to possess; and I remain, dear Mr.
The photograph is now as safe as if it were in the fire.
said Trefusis, deftly opening one of the albums at a photograph of a loathsome room.
By-the-bye, we are to call on him to-morrow, to go through his house, and his collection of photographs.
With a quick movement, she jerked the photograph from its niche and threw it face down upon the chest of drawers.
I think those are friends of the Inspector's, come to see the Chalk Farm photographs, that helped to hang his man.
Hide your face in the photographs, and leave everything to me.
You'd better take one of the photographs and keep it in your room," said Mr.
She had no photographs of herself taken since her marriage, and that was ten years before.
Great-aunt Eliza certainly didn't talk much; she looked at the photographs in silence, but she smiled now and then.
Dan, who was sitting behind Great-aunt Eliza, and consequently out of her view, began making comments on Cecily's explanation of this one and that one among the photographs.
The old maids, in particular, of forty years and upward, and dry in proportion, devoured his photographs day and night.