photo-, phot-, -photic

(Greek: light; ultraviolet and infrared radiation; radiant energy)

Nuclear fission induced by high energy photons.
An apparatus for photographing the interior of the stomach.
Applied to any photographic process in which gelatin is used.
The production of light, as by bioluminescence.
1. Produced by light, as photogenic epilepsy.
2. Producing or emitting light; phosphorescent.
photoglyph, photoglyphic
An engraved plate; such as that which can be printed from or produced by the action of light.
photoglyphography, photoglyphy
1. The art or process of engraving by means of the action of light and certain chemical processes.
2. The production of photoglyphic plates and photoglyphs or photogravures.
A photographic image produced without a camera, usually by placing an object on or near a piece of film or light-sensitive paper and exposing it to light.
The process of producing images of objects upon a photosensitive surface (such as film) by the chemical action of light or other radiant energy.

Literally, “writing with light”.

Someone who takes photographs.
1. Relating to, used in, or produced by photography.
2. As accurate and detailed as a photograph.
1. The art, hobby, or profession of taking photographs, and developing and printing the film or processing the digitized array image.
2. The process or art of producing pictures by means of the chemical action of light on a sensitive film on a basis of paper, glass, metal, etc.; the business of producing and printing such pictures.
3. Literal meaning: "writing with light".
The art or process of taking photographs of the sun.
An instrument used for the photographic recording of blood flow.
An organism that obtains carbon from organic compounds but obtains energy from light.

Etymologically related "light, shine, glow" word families: ethero-; fulg-; luco-; lumen-, lum-; luna, luni-; lustr-; phengo-; pheno-; phospho-; scinti-, scintill-; splendo-.