Definition of photogenic
photogenicallyplay \ˌfō-tə-ˈje-ni-k(ə-)lē, -ˈjē-\ adverb
Examples of photogenic in a Sentence
She's a very photogenic child.
This is the city's most photogenic park.
Recent Examples of photogenic from the Web
Despite the typically warm summer weather in Los Angeles (today reached into the low 80s in parts of the city), Witherspoon rocked the long coat, looking photogenic even as makeup artists attended to her touchups.
But Xing expects the less photogenic science of dinosaur footprints to make a bigger impact.
The Grateful Dead were not the most photogenic band in the history of rock.
Additionally, our portion sizes and presentations are very photogenic.
However, a quick search on Instagram proves that several sneaky visitors have found a way around the rules, snapping pictures of the pink walls, pink plates, and photogenic dishes.
But just as the Dreamettes are gaining fans, Curtis demotes feisty, plump Effie to background singer and hands the star spot to the more svelte, photogenic and pliable group member Deena (Lauren Du Pree).
Her Bunkhouse Group is known for its highly photogenic boutique properties in Austin and Marfa—hotels that helped put those places on the map for a certain style-conscious, nomadic set.
Practically no trees were cut down, so a natural canopy of leaves hovered high above, letting in streams of photogenic light.
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First Known Use of photogenic
PHOTOGENIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of photogenic for English Language Learners
: tending to look good in photographs
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