photo opportunity


Definition of photo opportunity

: a situation or event that lends itself to and is often arranged expressly for the taking of pictures that give favorable publicity to the individuals photographed

Examples of photo opportunity in a Sentence

The mayor's visit to the hospital was a good photo opportunity.
Recent Examples on the Web The $100,000 ticket includes a photo opportunity with the president and VIP reception. Caitlin O'kane, CBS News, "Debra Messing demands attendee list for Beverly Hills Trump fundraiser, president hits back," 2 Sep. 2019 All-day events include virtual reality exploration, video and board games, green screen photo opportunities, child-friendly crafts, jumbo-sized family games, Magic the Gathering and a Fandom scavenger hunt., "Harford library’s 9th annual Comic-Con celebrates all things ‘Geek’," 14 Sep. 2019 Fans can participate in six different immersive activations featuring photo opportunities, meme creators, obstacle courses, scavenger hunts, and more. Sydney Bucksbaum,, "SpongeBob SquarePants 20th anniversary immersive experience brings Bikini Bottom to life," 12 Sep. 2019 In the past, the event has included artist appearances, demonstrations, culinary treats and visual art, including some bigger-than-life walk-in masterpieces / photo opportunities and enormous group murals. Dewayne Bevil,, "Disney World: Dates for 2020 Epcot arts fest set," 5 Sep. 2019 The 5-hour party, a fundraiser for West Indian Girls Rock, will feature dancing, cocktails, photo opportunities, complimentary cotton candy and popcorn and more. Camila Vallejo,, "It’s not Labor Day yet, so grab your best all-white outfit for this year’s BLANC party at Heaven Skate Park," 15 Aug. 2019 All that plus cast and executive producer panels from Bravo’s biggest shows, live fan-favorite podcasts, a Bravo bazaar marketplace, immersive photo opportunities, exclusive sneak peek screenings, and more breaking news moments. Dave Quinn,, "BravoCon 2019: What to Know About the First-Ever Bravo Convention, Including Ticket Details," 8 Aug. 2019 The beauty salon was arranged by the skincare giant Dove, the sweets served as Instagrammable decor in Best Buy’s hub, and the puppy was part of a photo opportunity, sponsored by the shoe brand Hush Puppies. Hanna Kozlowska, Quartz, "For brands of all shapes and sizes, influencer marketing is a serious bet," 10 June 2019 This celestial encounter will offer a great photo opportunity, with the pair hanging low in the southwestern sky about 45 minutes before local sunrise. Andrew Fazekas, National Geographic, "Spring meteor shower, and more top star-gazing events in April," 1 Apr. 2019

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First Known Use of photo opportunity

1952, in the meaning defined above

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27 Oct 2019

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English Language Learners Definition of photo opportunity

: a situation in which a famous person (such as a politician) can be photographed while doing something good or impressive that is meant to be seen in a favorable way by the public

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