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background a part located in the rear, esp. as depicted in a painting, photograph, or scene. (Cf. foreground.) [1/5 definitions]
black and white a photograph or graphic representation done in shades of black and white only. [1/2 definitions]
black-and-white in shades of black and white only, as a photograph or film. [1/3 definitions]
blocky having unequally distributed blocks and patches of light and dark, as a photograph. [1/2 definitions]
blowup an enlargement, as of a photograph. [1/3 definitions]
blow up to enlarge, as a photograph. [1/5 definitions]
candid of a photograph taken of a person or people, not artificial or posed; informal. [2/4 definitions]
candid camera a small simple camera with a fast lens used to photograph unposed subjects or take informal pictures.
centerfold the facing pages at the center of a magazine, often used for a large photograph or other graphic display. [1/2 definitions]
cityscape an artist's view of a city, as in a painting, drawing, photograph, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
composite a visual image, esp. a photograph, composed of several individual pictures. [1/5 definitions]
composite photograph a single photograph created from two or more separate photographs by juxtaposition, superimposition, or the like.
contact print a photograph made by pressing a negative against light-sensitive paper and exposing it to light.
copy one of the printed reproductions of an original text, score, or photograph. [1/8 definitions]
cross section a drawing, photograph, or other graphic representation of such a view. [1/3 definitions]
cutline a descriptive legend, such as one beneath a photograph, diagram, or the like; caption.
daguerreotype a photograph made by this process. [1/2 definitions]
double exposure the resulting composite photograph. [1/2 definitions]
encephalogram an x-ray photograph of the spaces of the brain normally filled with cerebrospinal fluid, partially replaced for the procedure by air or dye.
enlargement anything, esp. a photograph, that is a larger version of something. [1/3 definitions]
exploded view a photograph, drawing, illustration, or diagram that displays the individual parts of a mechanism separately but indicates their proper relationship.