nonphotographic

nonphotographic

(ˌnɒnˌfəʊtəˈɡræfɪk)
adj
not involving photographic equipment or techniques
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The Fan Brothers pictorial style has the quality of distinct yet nonphotographic realism, with a meticulous closed contour line.
Fittingly, the emblematic instance is Schema (March 1966) (1966-70; there are several iterations on display), a nonphotographic work by the Conceptual artist and amateur photographer Dan Graham.
The Type of Recording: Photography Versus Nonphotographic Image Capture 2.
Critics may question their nonphotographic projects as well.
The inclusion of nonphotographic illustrations both over and around the mapped area resulted in more significant relationships with other variables than any other variable.
(146) Furthermore, it is likely that any casual observer would choose this crude photographic image over any nonphotographic depiction of the same person, no matter what the resolution, if faithfulness to reality were the sole criterion for selection.
And he goes into great detail about Darwin's correspondence with a variety of artists who guided him on his quest for images depicting emotions and with the nonphotographic illustrators of the book.
A handful of states request that voters produce documentary identification and give them the option to produce either a photo-identification card, such as a driver's license, or a nonphotographic form of identification, such as a utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck.
It also placed first in 2000 in the WPA four-color nonphotographic art process (essentially, the fake color used in Sunday comics) for nonheatset printing on newsprint/groundwood stock category.
The often-recommended amount to add for a visual (nonphotographic) scope is 0.5 inch.
Any such view as that set out at the beginning of this section will face a question just as difficult as the one my view leaves over: 'How can phenomena, which have none (or only a few of the properties of the external world, enable us to conceive the world?' How, that is, is nonphotographic representation possible?