|one who depicts, one who describes through pictures||portrayer|
|(1835-1881) Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, Russian musical composer (known primarily for the operas "Boris Godunov" and "Khovanshchina" and his musical piece "Pictures from an Exhibition")||Mussorgsky|
|(in Computer Graphics) pictures received in an unclear form and that have jagged edges (in low-resolution computers)||jaggies|
|a trademark for a camera that produces pictures that develop within seconds of being taken, or the film used in such a camera, a trademark for a specially treated transparent plastic that allows polarized light through and is used to reduce glare in su...||Polaroid|
|a trademark for an early color process for making motion pictures that used three-color separation negatives and a dye transfer process with three matrices made from the negatives||Technicolor|
|able to be asserted, can be approved, confirmable; verifiable, can be ascertained as true, predicate than can be used for a subject (Logic); something that can be verified, something that can be affirmed, quality that describes something||predicable|
|accompany with pictures, be characteristic of, demonstrate, exemplify; clarify; embellish, depict with pictures or words; elucidate, fully explain||illustrate|
|act of producing or directing motion pictures, profession of a moviemaker||filmmaking|
|album, blank book in which pictures and newspaper clippings are pasted and preserved||scrapbook|
|animated movie or pictures, liveliness, production of animated films, vitality; wakefulness; creation of cartoons||animation|
|appropriate to movies, of movies, of or pertaining to the art of motion pictures, pertaining to the movie theaters; of or pertaining to motion pictures; of or pertaining to cinematography||cinematic|
|art of motion pictures, art of making movies, photographing of motion pictures||cinematography|
|art of producing images on film that is sensitive to light or radiation, art of taking pictures, producing pictures with a camera, using light to make pictures||photography|
|artist who paints; one who covers surfaces with paint (especially professionally); mooring rope (Nautical), mountain lion, rope for tying up a boat, somebody who paints houses, somebody who paints pictures||painter|
|basic unit of video screen image, unit of information which depicts one point of a computerized graphic image (Computers)||pixel|
|be good for filming, coated strip for taking pictures, cover with a thin layer, cover with a thin layer; be covered with a thin layer; record a motion picture, make a motion picture, make movie of something, motion pictures collectively, movie industry...||film|
|be writer, doodles, hasty note, make meaningless markings, messy handwriting, scrawl, illegible handwriting; doodle, meaningless writing, write messily, write quickly and sloppily, scrawl; doodle, create meaningless pictures or scrawl||scribble|
|board that pictures stick to||flannelboard|
|book with pictures to color||coloring book|
|book you flick, small book containing series of pictures that produce an illusion of motion when the pages are flipped with the thumb at a fast pace||flipbook|
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