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Definition of Rephotograph
1. photograph [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: photograph
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Literary usage of Rephotograph
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1. Hearings Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations by United States, Congress, Committee on Appropriations, House (1906)
"I do not mean they merely rephotograph ours and publish them just as they are. It is generally in a modified ..."
2. Press Reference Library by International News Service (1915)
"He will photograph and rephotograph a scene until he gets it absolutely to his liking and all this after having rehearsed each scene many times over. ..."
3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1902)
"When more than one figure has to be added I always make a pasted-up print, and then rephotograph this. There need be no masking here. ..."
4. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1916)
"The white edges of the print may possibly show, and these can be readily touched up with a little Indian ink. The next step is to rephotograph ..."
5. Disorders of the Male Sexual Organs by Eugene Fuller (1895)
"... a rephotograph of Plate II., the only difference being that a cord, the insertion of which can be seen, has been tied to the middle of the lower arm, ..."
6. Child Abuse: Guide to Investigating Child Abuse edited by Shay Bilchik (1997)
"rephotograph injuries as needed to capture any changes in appearance. Followup Investigation # Be supportive and optimistic to the child and the family. ..."