American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A series of photographs that conveys a story, usually accompanied by a written text and published as a book or special feature in a periodical.
- n. alternative spelling of photo essay.
“The New York Times '"Lens" blog (!) has a powerful, gut-wrenching article and photo-essay about Prof. Migliorino Miller, theology professor at Madonna University and the director of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, and her photographs of aborted children.”
“I suppose it's telling that the New York Times Magazine -- the day before Labor Day -- fronts a photo-essay evoking the tenth anniversary of 9/11.”
“Today, I read the most wonderful photo-essay there called A day in the life of a senior editor.”
“* Guatemalan photojournalist James Rodriguez has published a photo-essay documenting protests in Guatemala calling for president Álvaro Colom to resign in the wake of accusations he ordered the assastination of Rodrigo Rosenberg.”
“Haunting photo-essay on rotting buildings in Detroit - Boing Boing”
“From a photo-essay "narrated" by chef Eric Ripert with delicious little details about what goes on behind the scenes at the world-famous, Michelin 3-star NYC restaurant Le Bernadin:”
“And this month it is a photo-essay about quirky rural mailboxes in the area.”
“Haunting photo-essay on rotting buildings in Detroit”
“I co-authored two books on fishing guides (photo-essay format) called Castwork, and Tideline.”
“This photo-essay at Planet magazine of a purported "new tribe of Ukrainian Amazons," shot by French photographer Guillaume Herbaut, is receiving a lot of attention online.”
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