snapshot n : an informal photograph; usually made with a small hand-held camera; "my snapshots haven't been developed yet"; "he tried to get unposed shots of his friends" [syn: snap, shot]
EtymologyFrom snap + shot.
Snapshot may refer to:
- Snap shot, a shot from a firearm that is aimed and fired quickly
- Snapshot (photography), a photograph that is taken in a short moment of opportunity
- Snap shot (ice hockey), a shot type in Ice hockey
- Snapshot algorithm, a distributed computer algorithm which copies a self-consistent image of the entire network to stable storage
- Snapshot (computer storage), a set of computer files and directories kept in storage as they were some time in the past
- Snapshot (file format) is a file format for a 'snapshot' of a chart or report from Microsoft Access
- "Snapshot" (song), a single by American drag performer RuPaul
- "Snapshot" (album), an album by Australian musician Daryl Braithwaite.
- Snapshot, an album by English musician Roger Glover.
- A snapshot, in software development, is the view of a source code repository as it was at a particular time for the purpose of revision control
- "Snapshot", an optional programming module of the Laserfiche product which creates an image of an electronic file and stores it in a Laserfiche Repository
snapshot in German: Schnappschuss
snapshot in Korean: 스냅샷
snapshot in Japanese: スナップショット
snapshot in Russian: Snapshot
Telephoto, Wirephoto, aerial photograph, black-and-white photograph, candid photograph, cheesecake, chronophotograph, color photograph, color print, diapositive, heliochrome, heliograph, montage, mug, mug shot, photo, photobiography, photochronograph, photograph, photomap, photomicrograph, photomontage, photomural, picture, pinup, portrait, shot, slide, snap, still, still photograph, telephotograph, transparency