Translation for 'photograph' from English to Russian
NOUN   a photograph | photographs
VERB   to photograph | photographed | photographed
photographing | photographs
SYNO exposure | photo | photograph | ...
фотография {ж} [снимок]
фотографировать [сов.]to take a photograph
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Usage Examples English
  • Infringement of the copyright which subsists in a photograph can be performed through copying the photograph.
  • Upon publication of the photograph, there were allegations from the Falange, an extreme nationalist political group in Spain, that the photograph was staged.
  • In October 2021, a signed photograph of Jackson sold for $1.47 million, making it the most expensive sports photograph.
  • "Tinted photograph" is also one of a number of names for a hand-colored photograph, i.e.
  • No model release is necessary to take a photograph.

  • As Marc gets his photograph taken for his work badge, he asks a woman if she notices a difference between the photograph that was just taken and his photograph which appears on his I.D.
  • "Rhein", also known as "Rhein I", is a colour photograph created by the German photographer Andreas Gursky in 1996.
  • A photograph which Mangelsen took in 1988 is symbolic to his career.
  • On 29 November 1924, Ranger's system was used to send a photograph from New York City to London.
  • When Eisenstaedt took the photograph, he failed to get any personal information from his subjects, leaving their identities unknown for decades.

  • A TV reporter investigates a compromising photograph of a nominee to the Supreme Court after the woman in the photograph mysteriously dies.
  • Dodgson's photograph of Beatrice has inspired artists in contemporary times.
  • Therefore, downloading an indecent photograph from the Internet was "making a copy of an indecent photograph" since a copy of that photograph had been caused to exist on the computer to which it had been downloaded.
  • Section 7(2) of the 1978 Act defines references to an indecent photograph as including a copy of an indecent photograph.
  • In 1922, William van der Weyde produced an alleged spirit photograph of Hyslop during a séance at the house of Edwin F.

  • The photograph is of his daughter and her friends, and mirrors a photograph he took of them seven years ago when they were about to start their GCSEs.
  • He owns a photograph of his great-great-great-grandmother who is the earliest-born authenticated person to appear in a photograph.
  • The cover photograph is of Liz Harris as a child; the photograph was taken by her mother.
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