(n.) = exposure ; photograph ; photography ; snapshot [snap-shot] ; picture ; shot. Ex: There is a film on the camera for a hundred exposures, and the spring for operating its shutter and shifting its film is wound once for all when the film is inserted. Ex: Some of their most cherished photographs were of sleeping users. Ex: The article 'Cold and cool vault environments for the storage of historic photographic materials' was written in recognition of the sesquicentennial of the introduction of photography to the public. Ex: To quote Towl, case studies 'are not an actual snap-shot or sound movie of what really took place'. Ex: In the future pictures may need not be wetted at all. Ex: Each video shot is logged using text descriptions, audio dialogue, and cinematic attributes. ---- * álbum de fotografías = photograph album. * ampliar una fotografía = enlarge + picture. * colección de fotografías = photograph collection. * cuarto oscuro de fotografía = photographic darkroom. * exposición de fotografías = photographic exhibition. * exposiciones de fotografía = salon photography. * fotografía aérea = aerial photograph ; aerial photography. * fotografía artística = artistic photography. * fotografía de cine = cinematic photography. * fotografía del espacio = space photograph. * fotografía de obra de arte = art photograph. * fotografía de publicidad = advertising photography. * fotografía en placa de cristal = glass-plate photography. * fotografía en seco = dry photography. * fotografía histórica = documentary photography. * fotografía tamaño carnet = passport size photograph ; ID photograph. * fotografía tomada por un satélite = satellite photograph. * fotografía trucada = trick photograph. * hacer fotografía = make + picture. * hacer una fotografía = photograph. * máquina de registro de préstamos por medio de la fotografía = photocharger ; photocharging machine. * recuperación de fotografías = picture retrieval. * sacar una fotografía = take + picture ; photograph ; take + shot. * tomar una fotografía = take + picture ; take + shot. (v.) = take + picture ; photograph ; snap ; take + shot ; take + photo. Ex: It takes pictures 3 millimeter square, later to be projected or enlarged, which after all involves only a factor of 10 beyond the present practice. Ex: So he sets a reproducer in action, photographs the whole trail out, and passes it to his friend for insertion in his own memex. Ex: The young man in the picture is myself snapped twenty-five years or so ago by a cheeky thirteen-year-old during the first few months of my first teaching job. Ex: When using manual focus, you are more likely to take out-of-focus shots. Ex: She is about 53 years old in this photo and she was released from gaol in 1931, three years after this photo was taken.