American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Prepared in such a way as to be appropriate for photographing prior to being made into a printing plate: camera-ready art; camera-ready text copy.
““Petite, blond, elegant in a nubby suit, a vaguely patrician accent hinting at her Harvard Law School and Smith College education, Jane Harman has a polished, camera-ready exterior, but an inner core of grit, discipline, and unquenched ambition,” a profiler once wrote in Mother Jones.”
“She held herself stock still, and in five minutes she was camera-ready with a pair of armpits that most women would die for.”
“Three brands emerged with high marks: the Rösle Ice Cream Scoop was the top finisher, easy to use and with camera-ready scoops, followed by the Zeroll Original Ice Cream Scoop (which I have and have always had great results with) and the Fantes Stainless Portion Scoop #16 (also known as a 1/4 cup scoop).”
“The first morning of qualifying is a minor ritual in Louisiana, and the line into the secretary of state's office features burly men in well-cut sport coats and camera-ready hair.”
“Rome is a beautiful 10-pound baby who came into this world camera-ready.”
“He has the most beautiful mouth in cinema and camera-ready angles that call up Mastroianni's.”
“The lasso held by a cowboy on one page becomes the microphone held over a camera-ready actor dressed as a cowboy on the next.”
“Using the colorist's original color guides as a roadmap, they would apply varying shades of the dark brown paint to the clear acetate, making camera-ready film that could then be photographed onto four metal printing plates.”
“Avoid teachers who use language that encourages you to shove yourself into a camera-ready pose.”
“To visit Hengdian World Studios, the world's largest outdoor film studio, is to journey through a strange, camera-ready version of Chinese history.”
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