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also pho·to es·say (fō′tō-ĕs′ā′)
A series of photographs that conveys a story, usually accompanied by a written text and published as a book or special feature in a periodical.

pho′to-es′say·ist n.
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Among his photo-essay projects, was documenting the oldest dye-house in Cairo, date harvesting, stone workers in Minya, Egypt's oldest coffee place, and using bee stings as alternative medicine.
This photo-essay depicts a simpler world without the amenities of today's 21st century mega-metropolis.
In that way, "Pavilion" is more coffee-table photo-essay than commercial release, best suited for exposure at fests and specialty showcases.
An interesting article and an interesting photo-essay from yesterday agree: The situation in Gaza is odd.
This commemorative volume presents the ongoing Czech-led excavation and research of ancient Egypt and Roman occupation in Egypt in the form of a photo-essay of the places and people, including the local workers involved in each expedition.
It was a photo-essay about troops who were serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
"Chew On Things--It Helps You Think: Words Of Wisdom From A Worried Canine" by psychiatrist and alternative medicine researcher Iris Bell is a photo-essay self-help book inspired by Casey--the author's shy and lovable worrywart of a dog.
The so-called "photo-essay" is a vile betrayal of your profession,and the inalienable and unquestioning trust placed with us all by patients and family.
The February 1956 Geographical also featured a photo-essay on gannet hunting in the Faroe Islands.
The marriage of image and text turns the project into a sort of photo-essay, or something along the lines of Edward Steichen's 1955 exhibition "The Family of Man" (except that here, Sternfeld focuses on those family members who've absconded from the fold, retreated from the mainstream to the fringes).
Ann Chamberlain, who was a writer for Life magazine, collaborated in the '90s with photographer Loomis Dean on a photo-essay for an exhibition at the Circus Museum at the Ringling.
Simon Hadley has been nominated in the Nikon Celebrity Photographer of the Year category for his picture of Britney Spearsin concert, while John James is nominated in the Nikon Photo-Essay category for this study of children's first day at the 'big' school.
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