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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of a snapshot; capturing a fleeting moment in time.


snapshot +‎ -like (Wiktionary)


  • This isn't so much true in genre fiction, I don't think though these ubershorts, these flash things, are more snapshotlike, understandably.


  • So in 1976, when William Eggleston had a solo show of full-color snapshotlike photographs at the august Museum of Modern Art, critics squawked. - fresh links

  • Unimportant Day," "Three Friends" and "The Shepherd" - feature snapshotlike views of exactly what the title of the first canvas suggests: banality, the mundane and the quotidian.

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