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pho·to·graph·ic

 (fō′tə-grăf′ĭk) also pho·to·graph·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or consisting of photography or a photograph.
2. Used in photography: a photographic lens.
3. Resembling a photograph, especially representing or simulating something with great accuracy and fidelity of detail.
4. Capable of retaining accurate or vivid impressions: a photographic memory.

pho′to·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.photographically - by photographic means; "photographically recorded scenes"
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photographically

[ˌfəʊtəˈgræfɪkəlɪ] ADVfotográficamente
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photographically

advfotografisch; to record something photographicallyetw im Bild festhalten
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photographically

[ˌfəʊtəˈgræfɪklɪ] advfotograficamente
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References in classic literature ?
My dear wife's sweet anxious face peering at me from under the pink lamp shade, the white cloth with its silver and glass table furniture--for in those days even philosophical writers had many little luxuries--the crimson-purple wine in my glass, are photographically distinct.
The photographically illustrated book quotes testimonies of the Bahraini people in appreciation of HRH the Prime Minister's modern administrative vision, efforts and his accomplishment of Bahrain's progress contributions locally as well as at the Gulf and Arab level and internationally.
"I knew if I responded in text they would delete it, but you can't remove an image from the internet so I wanted to respond photographically." For her series Wait Watchers, Haley set up a camera in a public area and photographed the scene as she performed tasks while strangers passed by.
In Frogers narrative, Ava Gardner, bored with her role in a mediocre film and with the eroticized public image imposed upon her by Hollywood typecasting, decided after a night of drinking and partying to pose secretly for the cinematographer's camera, thereby photographically reproducing famous paintings of female nudes by Titian, Velazquez, and Courbet.
Marion-based Skuta Construction was brought in to photographically scope out the pipes, and gave an estimate of around $14,480.
Photographically, I stand on the shoulders of many who came before me and who have inspired my vision.
The projects are organized in five chapters: "Things Made of Paper," "Levers and Pulleys," "Things Made of Wood," "Things That Fly," and "Optical Illusions." Noting that she is primarily a visual thinker who processes ideas in the form of photographically specific images, Grandin provides many illustrations of the projects and crafts she introduces, from those as simple as designing a better paper airplane to multi-step projects requiring numerous implements and materials, such as the creation of a solar system diorama.
Photographically, it's one of my favourites as you can't initially tell what it is; a reflection in a puddle.
"Frescoes by the Bay" by professional photographer and award-winning Karen Norton-Sinell is a beautifully crafted two volume coffee table style art book set that photographically illustrates the various murals that were painted in various parts of San Francisco during the historic WPA period from the 1930s.
Her latest exhibition in Berlin is 'Planted', a collection of works that attempt to synthesize the image/object divide - the thing represented against its presentation in actuality, through illusionistic painting reminiscent of trompe-l'oeil techniques, or a style of painting in wherein objects are depicted with photographically realistic detail.
Together they have produced in a photographically illustrated children's picture book format a timely and timeless work that is unreservedly recommended for family, elementary school, and community library collections.