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photograph in Photography topic

photographphotograph2 ●●○ verb  1 [transitive]TCPPICTURE to take a photograph of someone or something Kate agreed to let me photograph her. He stood by the tree to be photographed.RegisterIn everyday English, people usually say take a photo or take a picture of someone or something rather than photograph someone or something:She agreed to let me take her photo.He stood there waiting to have his picture taken.2 photograph well→ See Verb table
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photographBroke down while being photographed by his friends?He was photographed by Man Ray in a sharp, dark suit with a striped shirt and white collar.Agents also rented a room across Columbus Avenue and photographed everyone who entered and left the Portofino.Ruskin refused to be photographed for the article.He went to her workplace and badgered and finally photographed her, infringing our private lives.They have therefore never been photographed with sufficient resolution to show their sizes and shapes.