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Photobomb [2]

(of "photo" and "bomb") The addition of a distracting element in the background of an otherwise normal photograph or image, changing the original intent of the image and More…

photobombing

The act of unexpectedly and/or spontaneously appearing in the background of a picture the moment before it is taken, typically with the intention of undermining or subverting the main focus More…

Photog

A photographer, one who takes pictures as part of a group of photographers that form a group; a person adept at taking photographs, usually for a hobby or club. =I was the top photog my More…

photog

a photographer =Photog Had to Stay Totally Motionless 
To Get the Shot Etymology : a clipping of photographer. In this case it was probably prompted by the fact that it was in a More…

photolog

A record of events comprised of photographs Reason used: It appears to have been used to describe a compilation of photographs in a way that was reminiscent of the word More…

Photoshop

To edit a picture, originally to do so using Adobe Photoshop. Just as Google generalized to become synonymous with search, this term has generalized to mean to edit a photo, regardless of More…

Photoshop

To digitally alter a photograph using the program Adobe Photoshop. =That picture is probably photoshopped; it looks kind of fake. =Friend

Photoshop

To edit a picture, movie, or other form of media with a computer program. This is derived from the Adobe Photoshop computer program, which is often used to alter pictures and generate More…

Photoshop

To edit or create a digital picture on a computer. To photoshop means to edit or modify a picture on a computer. It originated from the Adobe computer program Photoshop, which is still the More…

PHOTOSHOP

to use the computer program, Abode Photoshop, to edit digital pictures so that they can be displayed on the internet Possible reason used: As with the verb, to google, it seems natural to More…

photoshop

(and eponymy) To edit or modify a photo using a computer or other technical method ="I think she Photoshops her, because they look too perfect." Etymology : Eponymy and More…

photoshop (2)

1. to edit a digital picture using Adobe Photoshop or a similar program. 2. To alter the facts of a situation as if using Abode Photoshop. =Used especially among those who enjoy taking More…

photoshopped

describing a picture that was edited by a program called adobe photoshop. Not only used with cheerleaders, but also sometimes used to make celebrity porn. =The picture took Tamba Bay More…

photoshopping

Digitally manipulating an image Photoshop is the most common image manipulation program, so people say they are going to photoshop something because that is the program most likely to be More…

photoshopping

Digitally manipulating an image Photoshop is the most common image manipulation program, so people say they are going to photoshop something because that is the program most likely to be More…

Phototropism

the growth or movement of an organism, such as plants, towards a source of light =[…placed the young, straight shoots next to a light source, and noted that the shoots bent toward More…

phunky

a mix of high energy and high style; a rebirth of "funky" to mean punk or skater-like. I first came across this neologism in writing in Rolling Stone to describe the band No Doubt. The More…

phwappage

The act of adding sour cream to a burrito in a quick motion The word sounds like the sound that sour cream makes when thrown down from a spoon at high speeds. “Phwap”. Chipotle More…

physio

Physiology. =I have so much studying to do for physio. That class is so hard. Etymology : Physio is a clipping from the word physiology. Like many clippings the second half was cut off, More…

PHYSLET

a java applet written for physics pedagogy that can be embedded directly into HTML documents and that can interact with the user Apparent meaning: a java applet for physics Reason used: More…


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