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im·age-mak·er

(ĭm′ĭj-mā′kər)
n. Informal
One who uses the techniques of advertising or public relations to create a favorable view, as of a person or institution.

im′age-mak′ing n.
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The image-makers of the two police commands issued statements on Tuesday signed by Abimbola Oyeyemi and Adekunle Ajisebutu of Ogun and Oyo commands respectively.
The remarkable "photochrom" pictures were created by image-makers fascinated by Wales's castles and landscapes - they were originally published by the Detroit Publishing Company.
Originally published by the Detroit Publishing Company, they were created by image-makers fascinated by our castles and sweeping landscapes - and part of the collection shows familiar landmarks in Newcastle, Jesmond, Durham and Tynemouth.
Originally published by the Detroit Publishing Company, they were created by image-makers fascinated by our castles and sweeping landscapes and part of the collection shows familiar landmarks in Newcastle, Jesmond, Durham and Tynemouth.
Farmed and Dangerous" satirizes the lengths to which corporate agribusiness and its image-makers go to create a positive image of industrial agriculture.
Together, they reveal not only the interconnected roles of the designers, wearers, and image-makers, but the artistry behind their iconic style.
Sadly this time has passed and there are no longer teams of artists and image-makers working side by side with the scientists, and as a result a separation of science and art has developed.
International art historians offer interpretations of the production and reception of colonial-era images and image-makers, including portraits of a British baron in 18th-century Bengal, representations of Othello and Desdemona in Victorian England, photographs of aboriginal women in Canada, sculptures of Congolese peoples, John Singer Sargent's portrayals of British males, and a UK founder of art museums in South Arica.
Continuing Visionaire 's longstanding tradition of challenging the rules of publishing, this issue gives iconic artists and image-makers the forum to take their visions to a massive scale," the Telegraph quoted the magazine's editors as saying.
The report added: "Moreover, the documents - recent confidential profiles of the work of individual reporters prepared by a Pentagon contractor - indicate that the ratings are intended to help Pentagon image-makers manipulate the types of stories that reporters produce while they are embedded with U.
The image-makers were fascinated by Wales' castles and sweeping landscapes and much of the collection gives a romantic view of Wales.
Here he presents photographs from the Extreme Ice Survey, a collaboration between image-makers and scientists that documents changes transforming Arctic and alpine landscapes today.