composite photograph


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composite photograph

[kəm′päz·ət ′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
An assembly of separate photographs, made by several lenses of a multiple-lens camera in simultaneous exposure, into the equivalent of a photograph made with a wide-angle lens.
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As expected, Francis Galton holds centre court as founder of the eugenic movement and the creator of the composite photograph to ferret out prototypical types within such categories as race, insanity, and among Jewish people.
"It was a composite photograph." Habib, the Monitor's photo editor for the past 12 years, said that the paper's strict policy on images is a bit harder to apply to the "Neighbors" section.
A composite photograph made the Internet rounds some years ago, depicting North America viewed at night.
''As a number of people saw (him during the talks), we could likely draw his picture or make a composite photograph (to confirm if he is the real person),'' Senior Vice Foreign Minister Ichiro Aisawa said on a TV Asahi talk show.
Recent shows have featured drawings and sculptures of bad teeth and their imagined physiognomic significance, a large composite photograph of an average-size American, and a performance about the life of Marvin Gaye.
Many early Fellows of the Society were also important contributors to the development of photography; men like Sir John Herschel, inventor of the Cyanotype process and Francis Galton, instigator of the composite photograph.
Conventionally, hemifacial asymmetry in emotion expression is tested with composite photographs. The hemifacial composite photograph is a 'lateral half of one side of the face and its mirror image' (Sackeim, Gur & Saucy, 1978).
The Lord Chamberlain, the Earl of Airlie, has complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about the composite photograph in a newspaper advert for the satirical magazine Insider.
The world did not respond anywhere near as strongly to the first composite photograph of Earth from space assembled from images taken by unmanned cameras.
"A composite photograph is a lie, and, therefore, a great danger to the standards and integrity of what we do," he told The New York Times.
tabloid National Examiner ran a composite photograph of Saddam as a drag queen in its March 12 edition.

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