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adjective as in exact, retentive in detail

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Removing their shoes to prevent leaving boot prints, the engineers climbed in through the truck’s roof in their stocking feet, carrying a drop light and photographic equipment.

Navistar Direct Marketing fired him “after a review of photographic evidence.”

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Tom Greaves took a photographic portrait, cut it into strips and reassembled it so it appears whole yet fragile.

Iconic photographer Ansel Adams considered his negatives the photographic equivalent of a musical score, and the prints were the performances.

Revel added training videos, tests and a helmet selfie feature that requires photographic evidence the user is wearing a helmet, as well as a community reporting tool.

Throughout the rest of the room are similar examples of photographic inspiration.

In one of my homicides, I had one wonderful witness, a legit Good Samaritan with 20-20 vision and photographic memory.

At least in the photographic darkroom, the first time you go in, the lights are on.

Pistoletto uses life-size mirrors as a base on which he adds painted figures or photographic prints.

Lots of photographs, photographic websites, or libraries in London.

The one given in the present volume is a photographic facsimile of the Harvard original.

Petri dish or cleaned photographic plates for sputum examination.

Your inquiry as to the best mode of constructing a glass chamber for photographic purposes will be answered in our next.

This effect has no doubt been accentuated in the subsequent photographic processes.

For this reason the photographic images are less sensitive to conditions affecting the seeing than the visual images.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to photographic, such as: cinematic, pictorial, visual, vivid, accurate, and detailed.

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