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pho·to·graph

 (fō′tə-grăf′)
n.
An image, especially a positive print, recorded by exposing a photosensitive surface to light, especially in a camera.
v. pho·to·graphed, pho·to·graph·ing, pho·to·graphs
v.tr.
To take a photograph of.
v.intr.
1. To practice photography.
2. To be the subject for photographs: She photographs well.

pho′to·graph′a·ble adj.
pho·tog′ra·pher (fə-tŏg′rə-fər) n.

photographer

(fəˈtɒɡrəfə)
n
(Professions) a person who takes photographs, either as a hobby or a profession

pho•tog•ra•pher

(fəˈtɒg rə fər)

n.
a person who takes photographs, esp. one who practices photography professionally.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.photographer - someone who takes photographs professionallyphotographer - someone who takes photographs professionally
artist, creative person - a person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination
camera operator, cameraman, cinematographer - a photographer who operates a movie camera
paparazzo - a freelance photographer who pursues celebrities trying to take candid photographs of them to sell to newspapers or magazines
press photographer - a photographer who works for a newspaper

photographer

noun lensman, cameraman, snapper (informal), paparazzo, documentarian (rare) a group of TV cameramen and press photographers
Translations
fotograf
fotograf
valokuvaaja
fotograf
fényképészfotográfusfotós
ljósmyndari
写真家
사진사
fotograf
fotograf
fotograf
ช่างถ่ายภาพ
người chụp ảnh

photographer

[fəˈtɒgrəfəʳ] Nfotógrafo/a m/f
an amateur photographerun fotógrafo amateur
he's a keen photographeres muy aficionado a la fotografía
a photographer's (= shop) → una tienda de fotografía
see also press D

photographer

[fəˈtɒgrəfər] nphotographe m/f
She's a photographer → Elle est photographe.

photographer

nFotograf(in) m(f)

photographer

[fəˈtɒgrəfəʳ] nfotografo/a
newspaper photographer → fotoreporter m/f inv
street photographer → fotografo di piazza
he's a keen photographer → è appassionato di fotografia

photograph

(ˈfəutəgraːf) noun
(abbreviation photo (ˈfoutou) ) a picture taken by a camera, using the action of light on film or plates covered with certain chemicals. I took a lot of photographs during my holiday.
verb
to take a photograph or photographs of (a person, thing etc). He spends all his time photographing old buildings.
photographer (fəˈtogrəfə) noun
He is a professional photographer.
ˌphotoˈgraphic (-ˈgrӕ-) adjective
of photographs or photography. a photographic record of his journey.
photography (fəˈtogrəfi) noun
the act of taking photographs. He's very keen on photography.

photographer

مُصَوِّرٌ فُوتُوغْرَافِيّ fotograf fotograf Fotograf φωτογράφος fotógrafo valokuvaaja photographe fotograf fotografo 写真家 사진사 fotograaf fotograf fotograf fotógrafo фотограф fotograf ช่างถ่ายภาพ fotoğrafçı người chụp ảnh 摄影师
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SOON AFTER I GOT home that summer, I persuaded my grandparents to have their photographs taken, and one morning I went into the photographer's shop to arrange for sittings.
He set out at once, the man with whom he had made the bet--whose name is not remembered--accompanied by Barham Wise, a linen draper, and Hamerson Burns, a photographer, I think, following in a light cart or wagon.
It was a glorious day, and the lock was crowded; and, as is a common practice up the river, a speculative photographer was taking a picture of us all as we lay upon the rising waters.
The photographer had given Claire rather a severe look.
The need of sitting absolutely still before a Cockney photographer had given her lips a queer little pucker, and her eyes for the same reason looked as though she thought the whole situation ridiculous.
"I've a staff photographer outside, you see, and he says it will be better to take you right away before the sun gets lower.
She got safely out of the house and drove to a photographer. She paid for a dozen photographs.
He had not come to play in the matches (he told me), but to obtain for Lord Amersteth such a series of cricket photographs as had never been taken before; whether as an amateur or a professional photographer I was unable to determine.
Several times the photographer of the expedition brought out his transparent pictures and gave us a handsome magic-lantern exhibition.
Even the sun fails to get it; both the photographer and the carver give you a dying lion, and that is all.
It was the face of the photograph, but older, and the teeth were not so numerous as the photographer had suggested, and certainly not so white.
One end of the apartment was unfurnished, except by the gymnastic apparatus, a photographer's camera, a ladder in the corner, and a common deal table with oil cans and paint pots upon it.