a telephotograph (sense )
Origin of telephoto; from Telephoto, former trademark
designating or of a camera lens for photographing or filming distant objects so as to produce a larger image
- Of or relating to a photographic lens or lens system used to produce a large image of a distant object.
- Of or relating to an instrument that electrically transmits photographs.
- A telephoto lens.
- A photograph made with a telephoto lens; a telephotograph.
- A photograph taken through a telephoto lens.
tele-, from Ancient Greek Ï„á¿†Î»Îµ (tele, “at a distance") + a shortening of photograph