camera–eye

noun

Definition of camera–eye

  1. 1 :  the capacity for reporting that is as detailed and detached as a photograph does not pretend that his is the impartial camera-eye — Robert Graves

  2. 2 :  observation or reporting that is detached and photographic in detail camera-eye reportage — Angus Wilson

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1908

First Known Use of camera–eye

1908


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