grapho-, graph-, -graph, -graphy, -grapher, -graphia
(Greek: to scratch; to write, to record, to draw, to describe; that which is written or described)
As indicated at the bottom of this page, there is a significantly large number of graphic word-entry groups in this unit. Such an extensive listing is provided to show how important the grapho- element is to the English language.
It is especially useful for detecting delaminations in advanced composite materials.
2. Someone who works in the video medium recording moving images on tape, disk, or other electro-mechanical devices, or even broadcasting live. On a set, he or she is responsible for the camera and lighting.
Typically, videographers are distinguished from cinematographers because they use electro-mechanical cameras while cinematographers record images on film.
2. A moving-picture machine; also, any of several other machines or devices producing moving pictorial effects.
Other common names for the cinematograph are animatograph, biograph, bioscope, electrograph, electroscope, kinematograph, kinetoscope, veriscope, vitagraph, vitascope, zoologyroscope, zoopraxiscope, etc.
A rapid method of recording a roentgen image by a dry process; xeroradiography.
A powdered surface of an electrically charged selenium plate records the roentgen image.