The superhero theme even finds its way into the photo shoots, which turn into epic crime-fighting battles.
Finally, this photo, which David captioned: "He's happy because he just sold a motherlode of burritos to the Oklahoma delegation"
"We've identified about twelve people so far, and we've gotten a hold of one of the people we have a photo of," he explained.
The viewfinder could be popped off so I could hold it low and compose a photo at waist level if the situation got bad.
In one photo, two cubs rested on one of their litter mates who had just died with its eyes still open.
Said he carried the photo about with him and showed it to fellows just to watch them falling in love with her.
The smoke interfered with the photo, but then it is true to life.
Missa gave him her photo too, but that he quietly put away in a back pocket.
If I had known he had this photo I never would have risked coming.
Before he was marched off to the prisoners' compound somebody wanted to take a photo of him.
1860, shortening of photograph. The verb is first recorded 1865, from the noun. Photo finish is attested from 1936. Photo opportunity first recorded 1974.
photo- or phot-
Light; radiant energy: photosynthesis.
A prefix that means "light," as in photoreceptor.