His book of essays, Photography After Frank , was recently published by aperture.
But as this image shows, the nails actually went through an aperture in the wrists.
Its 8-megapixel camera, inclusive of true-tone and dual-LED f/2.2 aperture flashes, features optical image stabilization.
“Administration officials favorite phrase these days is that, ‘you have to widen the aperture,’” says Bockenfeld.
His book of essays, Photography After Frank, was recently published by aperture.
She held a lamp behind the folds of her skirt, and after she had entered his chamber the aperture closed noiselessly behind her.
Sornal carefully set the block into an aperture, then reached for a switch.
In each side make an aperture two inches square that can be opened or closed at will.
Let an aperture be made in one of the shutters through which a sunbeam can pass.
aperture of entry (Mauser), just external to the centre of the right eyebrow; exit, above the centre of the right zygoma.
aperture ap·er·ture (āp'ər-chər)
An opening, such as a hole, gap, or slit.
A usually adjustable opening in an optical instrument, such as a microscope, a camera, or a telescope, that limits the amount of light passing through a lens or onto a mirror.
The diameter of such an opening.
The diameter of the objective of a telescope or microscope.