composite photograph


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composite photograph

n
(Photography) a photograph formed by superimposing two or more separate photographs
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composite photograph

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which collates and makes composite photographs of them for the instruction of captains.
For Gabon the composite photograph possessed its own temporality: it was intended to predict future criminality or to foresee deviant behaviour that had to be "corrected" by eugenics (figure 7).
Shan Haq, a project chief in Body Closures Engineering, won third place with a Photoshop composite photograph that captures the "giving back" spirit of Chrysler Group employees who perform community service.
UeHqfz7wKRZ) NASA released the composite photograph of the star Thursday, detailing the significance of the image's brilliant colors.
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In one striking composite photograph she combines her head and that of a bull in an image which mines both mythological and sexual references.
As expected, Francis Galton holds centre court as founder of the eugenic movement and the creator of the composite photograph to ferret out prototypical types within such categories as race, insanity, and among Jewish people.
A composite photograph made the Internet rounds some years ago, depicting North America viewed at night.
The Japanese government is considering making a composite photograph in order to check whether a man North Korea claims to have been the husband of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota is the genuine person, a senior Foreign Ministry official said Sunday.
Recent shows have featured drawings and sculptures of bad teeth and their imagined physiognomic significance, a large composite photograph of an average-size American, and a performance about the life of Marvin Gaye.
The Lord Chamberlain, the Earl of Airlie, has complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about the composite photograph in a newspaper advert for the satirical magazine Insider.
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