Meaning of lifecaster in English:

lifecaster

noun

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‘Fast forward 20 years and I find myself still inspired by that one photograph in my work as a lifecaster.’
  • ‘Find a lifecaster in your area for baby hand and feet casts.’
  • ‘A body lifecaster for the past six-and-a-half years, Karen takes moulds of the human form and makes them into sculpture-like works of art.’
  • ‘Lifecasters truly do capture a moment in time, creating body portraits that honour both realism and nature's art.’

noun

See lifecast

‘The audience a lifecaster builds isn't looking to see them fail.’
  • ‘I'm a lifecaster, and if you send me a message or go out on a date with me, you may end up on my website.’
  • ‘Justin.tv's lifecasters now have the technical ability to broadcast live from anywhere that has wireless Internet service.’
  • ‘Sarah Austin, the host and director, is an Internet personality, lifecaster, vlogger, angel investor and web video pioneer.’
  • ‘Sadler is a lifecaster who promotes his daily doings online for his Jacksonville-based company.’