Meaning of photo shoot in English:

photo shoot


Translate photo shoot into Spanish


another term for photo session
‘Oh yeah, I know I will, but all we have to do is a photo shoot and another press conference.’
  • ‘To complete the prize, she was given a voucher for a make-up session and a photo shoot at a local studio.’
  • ‘Tell me again why YOU have to do an interview and a photo shoot for your own magazine?’
  • ‘Winners will receive a styling session at Elements and a photo shoot at Zoom to help them create a portfolio.’
  • ‘Then I have a couple of meetings and maybe a photo shoot to promote the show or a book.’
  • ‘I can take a couple with me when I go for a photo shoot, a guest-posing spot, or a seminar.’
  • ‘We quickly arranged a photo shoot and after a careful briefing were soon in the air.’
  • ‘Considering I spend most of my time behind the camera, the idea of a glamour photo shoot filled me with excitement.’
  • ‘So Carole was brought in for a proper photo shoot and the now famous photograph was taken.’
  • ‘He insists that many of the magazine covers on which he appears are done without his consent, and that he has never, ever done a photo shoot with his two boys.’
  • ‘Throughout the photo shoot he displays classic signs of anxiety - biting his lips, fidgeting, tapping his feet.’
  • ‘I'm reasonably sure she could have found her way to Los Angeles for a photo shoot of this magnitude.’
  • ‘We went back out for the opening of the Schulz museum, which is really great, to do the photo shoot for the book.’
  • ‘I am directed downstairs for the duration of the photo shoot.’
  • ‘During a photo shoot, sometimes what we plan doesn't work out and we improvise.’
  • ‘Now, if they would come out for a photo shoot, that would really be something.’
  • ‘Amanda talked it over with the hairdresser for my first photo shoot.’
  • ‘After the somewhat photo shoot, Chad, trying to be nice, threw me a little dinner.’
  • ‘The evening after her photo shoot in Chicago a friend of hers phoned to say that they had missed her after the show.’
  • ‘If it's for a photo shoot, the publication pays for a stylist.’