Definition of Telephotography

1. Noun. Transmission and reproduction of photographs and charts and pictures over a distance.

Generic synonyms: Transmission, Transmittal, Transmitting
Specialized synonyms: Radiophotography



2. Noun. Photography using a telephoto lens.
Generic synonyms: Photography, Picture Taking

Definition of Telephotography

1. n. The photography of distant objects in more enlarged form than is possible by the ordinary means, usually by a camera provided with a telephoto lens or mounted in place of the eyepiece of a telescope, so that the real or a magnified image falls on the sensitive plate.

Definition of Telephotography

1. Noun. (photography) Photography of distant subjects using a telephoto lens ¹

2. Noun. The transmission of images over a distance, especially by facsimile ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Telephotography

1. [n -PHIES]

Telephotography Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telephotography

telephonic
telephonically
telephonies
telephoning
telephonist
telephonists
telephony
telephoto
telephoto lens
telephotograph
telephotographer
telephotographers
telephotographic
telephotographic lens
telephotographs
telephotography (current term)
telephotos
teleplasm
teleplasms
teleplay
teleplays
telepolariscope
telepolariscopes
telepolarizcope
teleport
teleportage
teleportal
teleportals
teleportation
teleportations

Literary usage of Telephotography

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1909)
"telephotography DISTRIBUTION vice and the importance of the power plant. ... Ills. 4800 w. Génie Civil—Feb. I, 1908. No. 90919 D. telephotography (La ..."

2. A List of Books on Industrial Arts. October, 1903 by John Crerar Library (1904)
"Saint-Clair, JP yyg.y Sl36 Elementary telephotography. ... 7 Di6 20128 telephotography. An elementary treatise on the construction and application of the ..."

3. A List of Books on Industrial Arts. October, 1903 by John Crerar Library (1904)
"Saint-Clair, JP 778.7 Sl36 1 Elementary telephotography. ... 7 Di6 telephotography. An elementary treatise on the construction and application of the ..."

4. The Theory of Optical Instruments by Edmund Taylor Whittaker (1907)
"telephotography. When an object at a great distance is photographed with an ordinary ... This is effected in telephotography, in which a divergent lens is ..."

5. The Theory of Optical Instruments by Edmund Taylor Whittaker (1907)
"telephotography. When an object at a great distance is photographed with an ordinary ... This is effected in telephotography, in which a divergent lens is ..."

6. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages by Joseph Haydn, Benjamin Vincent (1889)
"... 1889 telephotography, a process for transmitting to a distance images of objects by the agency of electricity and selenium, was invented by 3ir. ..."

7. Camera by Columbia Photographic Society, Philadelphia (1916)
"If we can succeed in so sensitizing the plate, the problem of telephotography with the aid of infra-red light will be solved. Only a red filter is required, ..."

8. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"For pictorial telephotography of landscapes, figure subjects, and portraiture, they are a distinct advance on the earlier variable forms which, ..."

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