- photogelatin process,
- photogelatine process,
- photogenic epilepsy,
Origin of photogenic
Examples from the Web for photogenic
The typically fresh-faced, photogenic 31-year-old actor is sporting a bushy, unkempt, downright Biblical-looking beard.Andrew Garfield on the Evils of Capitalism, the Hacking Scandal, and Criticism of ‘Spider-Man 2’|Marlow Stern|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Outside the walls, and seeping down nearby streets, are dozens of photogenic and thought-provoking visions.Adventures in Miami’s Coolest South Beach Alternative|The Daily Beast|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But it's so photogenic that I think that that plays a much bigger part in it probably than any of the actors.Meet ‘Inspector Lewis’: Kevin Whately on ‘Morse,’ John Thaw, and the End of the Series|Jace Lacob|June 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I should also be glad to know by whom it was first applied to photogenic purposes.
It is difficult to determine if the nerves supply the tracheal end cells or the photogenic cells.
These early paper pictures, be it remembered, were designated "photogenic drawings."
Photogenic: a light producing structure; producing a Phosphorescent glow.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Each group of photogenic cells is surrounded by a clear ectoplasm containing no granules.
1839, "produced or caused by light," from photo- "light" + -genic "produced by" (see genus). Originally in photogenic drawing, the early term for "photography;" meaning "photographing well" is first attested 1928, from photo- as short for "photograph."