photoflash


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pho·to·flash

 (fō′tō-flăsh′)
n.

photoflash

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌflæʃ)
n
(Photography) another name for flashbulb
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.photoflash - a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photographphotoflash - a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph
flash camera - a camera with a photoflash attachment
lamp - an artificial source of visible illumination
photographic equipment - equipment used by a photographer
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photoflash

[ˈfəʊtəʊflæʃ] Nflash m
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To thank them for all their hard work, each child was presented with a selection box donated by Photoflash in Carluke.
14 (480m): Photoflash, Some Blossom, Woodys Aurora, Half Day Ray, Mays Bobbyjoe, Canny Act.
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Viewers who duck out of the glare and into the darkened projection room can develop a visceral appreciation for Goldin's crepuscular world--from the baroque tenebrism of unwashed linens to the meticulous rituals of a drag king's evening toilette to the slimy sheen of a photoflash against a black vinyl bar booth--a world that provided sanctuary for people escaping the chipper, overlit spaces of mainstream culture.
He was recently criticised after claiming a document from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency which said an operation, codenamed Photoflash, to light up the North Wales coast was scheduled for that evening, deepening the mystery.
Mr Colquhoun said driver Raymond Munro, who worked for Carluke company Photoflash Coaches, had been travelling too fast.
Now a document from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency has surfaced, which reveals a military operation - codenamed Photoflash - was scheduled for that evening.
Insiders at Photoflash Coaches said Mr Munro, 60, who was taking the school party to Alton Towers, could not comment.
A positive afterimage with a constant visual angle (1[degrees]) was induced by flashing into the observers' eyes with an electric photoflash (National NE-5651), masked to provide a disc-shaped afterimage.
With 6,500 Sylvania Blue Dot flashbulbs going off at once, it was one of the biggest photoflash bulb initiatives in the 1950s and '60s.
We [mentor and mentee] had difficulty trying to convert or save pictures as PICT file or JPEG since they the elementary school did not have any software such as Adobe-Photoshop or PhotoFlash to convert the pictures into an appropriate form.