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movie / film / CL: , , , 場|场
to take a joint photo / group photo
  *影* | 影* | *影
picture / image / film / movie / photograph / reflection / shadow / trace
to take a photograph / photography / to shoot (a movie)
rear view / figure seen from behind / view of the back (of a person or object)
(lit. and fig.) shadow
silhouette / figure
to project / a projection
shadow / umbra
phantom (esp. of Western fantasy)
science fiction movie
paper-cut silhouette / outline / sketch
phantom / mirage
wedding photos (done in studio, kit and caboodle taken care of by the studio)
shadow / darkness / twilight
to take a photo as a souvenir / a souvenir photo
eye shadow (cosmetics)
to make a movie
horror movie
inverted image / reversed image (e.g. upside down)
(photographic processing) to develop
miniature version of sth / microcosm / epitome / (Tw) to microfilm
time-lapse photography
Tomb Raider (computer game)
trace / vestige / presence
flickering light and passing shadows (idiom) / blurred scenery / cursory / superficial
to fix a photographic image
lit. set up a pole and see the shadow (idiom); fig. instant effect / quick results
beautiful image of a woman
overlapping images / double exposure of photo (e.g. due to fault or motion of camera) / double vision
(fig.) specter
illusion (Buddhism) / pipe dream
to videotape / to videorecord
lit. chasing the wind and clutching at shadows (idiom); fig. groundless accusations / to act on hearsay evidence
orthogonal projection
profile / silhouette
photo of a (married) couple
to hide / latent image (in photography)
lit. froth and shadows / fig. illusion / mirage
projection (geometry) / projective
lit. to see a bow reflected in a cup as a snake (idiom); fig. unnecessary suspicions / overly fearful
to make movies / to be a movie actor (or actress)
time-lapse photography
(poetic depiction of plum blossom)
to attack someone by innuendo (idiom) / to make oblique charges / to make insinuations / to insinuate
oblique projection
reflection in a deep pond
to come to nothing (idiom)
hand shadow drama
time-lapse photography
lit. put up a pole and see the shadow (idiom); to expect instant results
to vanish / to be nowhere to be found / unfounded (story)
total shadow / umbra
time-lapse photography
to come to nothing (idiom)
rear view / figure seen from behind / view of the back (of a person or object)
face (esp. remembered) / mental image of sb
wide-screen movie
light and shadow / sunlight and shade
lit. a lonely body with only a shadow for company / to be all alone (idiom)
cult film
niche as shown in an X-Ray (medicine)
time-lapse photography
slow shutter speed photography
no trace to be seen
time-lapse photography
The Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber
crane shot / boom shot (photography)
neutron radiography
positrion emission tomography (PET)

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