(tel′ə fə täg′rə fē)
- the art or process of photographing distant objects by using a telephoto lens
- the science or process of transmitting photographs over distances by converting light rays into electric signals which are sent over wire or radio channels: the receiver converts the electric signals back into light rays to which a photographic film is exposed
See telephotography in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- The process or technique of photographing distant objects, using a telephoto lens on a camera.
- The technique or process of transmitting charts, pictures, and photographs over a distance.
- telˌe·phoˌto·graphˈic (-fōˌtə-grăfˈĭk) adjective