A representation of the external form of a person or thing in art
an image of the Madonna
Theology and Metaphysics a human being considered as an image of God or (rarely) of an ideal archetype.
A small decorative figure, especially an earthenware one made in the 18th cent. by John Astbury or Thomas Whieldon.
To image or imagine again.
The subjective picture or mental image of one’s own body
An electron tube in which a (visible or invisible) image is formed on a photoemissive surface, causing it to emit a corresponding flow of electrons which may then be used to reproduce the image in a different form.
An image of an astronomical object formed by gravitational macrolensing.
A very small image, especially one which can be viewed only by means of magnification; specifically a microphotograph.
Composed of, employing, or producing multiple or overlapping images.
An impression of a vivid image retained by the eye after the stimulus has ceased
The general impression of a product held by real or potential consumers
A faint secondary image caused by a fault in an optical system, duplicate signal transmission, etc.
(On the Internet) a photographic image on which a humorous caption or catchphrase has been digitally superimposed
A person employed to identify and create a favourable public image for a person, organization, or product
The idea one has of one’s abilities, appearance, and personality
An image in a rangefinder or camera focusing system that has been bisected by optical means, the halves being aligned only when the system is in focus
Either of a pair of dolls or figurines representing the infant Jesus and the Virgin Mary, and carried from door to door during Advent to collect money.
A mental image representing generically any object of a particular class or kind.
A person who breaks or destroys images regarded as idolatrous; an iconoclast.
The creation of a record or representation of an image, now usually in digital form, by means of a device such as a scanner or camera.
The editing of images, especially by means of a computer; frequently attributive.
A piece of software or a device used for editing images.
The making of images or an image.
That makes images or an image.
The worship of images; idolatry.
An ideal or archetypal mother figure; (Psychoanalysis) = mother imago.
An image which has, or is created to give the impression of, movement; (in 20th cent.) specifically = moving picture; (also, especially with the) the art form or industry of cinema, television, and video.
An image displayed in, or as in, a mirror; a reflected image.
An image formed on the retina.
A carved idol or representation of a god used as an object of worship
An image on an exposed film or print that has not yet been made visible by developing
An image or object which is identical in form to another, but with the structure reversed, as in a mirror
An optical image formed from the apparent divergence of light rays from a point, as opposed to an image formed from their actual divergence
The breaking of images; iconoclasm.
That breaks images; iconoclastic.
An image tube or other device for converting an image formed by invisible radiation (especially infrared) into a visible one.
A kind of television camera tube in which an image causes a photoemissive surface to emit a corresponding flow of electrons, the current of which constitutes the video signal.
A person who sells images.
A kind of television camera tube in which a flow of electrons, produced as in an image tube, strikes a thin glass sheet and forms a pattern of positive charges corresponding to the original image, the video signal being derived by an electron beam which scans the other side of the sheet.
A composite image comprising two or more superimposed or adjacent images originally distinct (e.g. resulting from the repeated reflection of light, the reception of television signals that have travelled from the transmitter by different paths, or the simultaneous use of several projectors in a cinema).
Concerned about the general impression that one presents to other people
The exact double of (another person or thing)
= image capture.
The business or practice of advising on ways to improve the image of a person, company, organization, etc.
A kind of television camera tube in which an image causes a photoemissive surface to emit a corresponding flow of electrons which is then focused on to a photoemissive mosaic, the video signal being obtained from the variation in current as the mosaic is scanned with an electron beam.
A facility on a device such as a camera or telescope which reduces the effect of movement on the images produced by the device.
One who worships images, an idolater.
Image worship, idolatry.