annotated photograph

annotated photograph

[′an·ə‚tād·əd ′fōd·ə‚graf]
(mapping)
A photograph on which planimetric, geologic, cultural, hydrographic, or vegetation information has been added to identify, classify, outline, clarify,or describe features that would not otherwise be apparent in examination of an unmarked photograph.
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One image typical of the occupation movements is the annotated photograph with a caption or slogan, such as HOW MANY WALL STREET THUGS DOES IT TAKE TO BRUTALIZE A WOMAN?
Photographs of elders, now kept in the local government offices of Kugaaruk, came from his vast, carefully annotated photograph collection, now located in the Oblate Archives in Ottawa.
The collection of annotated photographs from the club's promotion from the old third tier of English football in the 1923-24 season, which includes a posed team photograph, were snapped up for PS1,200 - much more than the PS500-PS800 anticipated.
It included a collection of annotated photographs from the club's promotion from the old third tier of English football in the 1923-24 season, which included a posed team photograph.
Students will likely favor these annotated photographs illustrating the siding tricks over the generally confusing textual descriptions of siding techniques provided by other textbooks.
By combining annotated photographs and simple, step-by-step instructions, this book effectively breaks down each tai chi posture into its functional parts.
In a hundred carefully selected and annotated photographs, John Szarowski (formerly Director of the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art) has brought together the essence of Eugene Atget, the French photographer, who was active through the latter part of the 19th century, working on in poverty until around 1927.
step-by-step illustrations of several throwing and finishing techniques, and annotated photographs illustrating some of the technical issues introduced via line drawings and text description.
This is probably the definitive and irrefutable work on Isandlwana and is highly recommended for the infantryman's eye, the detailed and scholarly research, the annotated photographs of the terrain, the extensive picture gallery of personalities involved, the orders of battle, the escapers and the glossary.
Hurston and Wright are most often paired as ideological opposites, especially in matters of rhetorico-literary strategy, yet recently each has been recognized for his and her important contributions to the field of visual anthropology: Hurston for her photographs of Haiti,Jamaica, and African-American Southerners, and her rediscovered filmic anthropology; Wright fox" his photo-text 12 Million Black Voices, (2) and (as John Lowe has recently examined) his extensive archive of annotated photographs intended to accompany his later travel writings on Spain and Africa.
Pieced together from journals, volumes of scrapbooks, annotated photographs and their personal belongings, the reader now begins to actually experience the details of the life behind the 116 photographs of Edith's which are included in this book.
Of primary importance, Genevieve Dournon-Taurelle and John Wright published their catalogue of the Jew's harp collection in the Musee de l'Homme (Les guimbardes du Musee de l'Homme [Paris: Institut d'ethnologie, 1978!), which contains valuable articles on numerous aspects of the instrument, in addition to a large number of meticulously annotated photographs of Jew's harps from around the world.