an unexpected person or thing that gets in the way of a photograph being taken
That drunk clown was a real photo bomb, when he got into the wedding photographs that were being taken of the bride and groom!
作者 T.V. John 2013年2月21日
(verb)- to drop in a photo unexpectedly...to hop in a picture right before it is taken.
sarah: hey why is jimmy in the background of our prom picture?
ryan: idk, he must have photobombed it at the last second.
作者 jervis_star1 2008年6月27日
An otherwise normal photo that has been ruined or spoiled by someone who was not supposed to be in the photograph.
The most common photobomb is someone in the background making a face.
作者 Teresa from OK 2009年11月16日
Any time the background of a picture hijacks the original focus.
Uncle Bob's hairy ass totally photobombed that picture.
作者 photobomber 2009年5月09日
Another word for a nice rack that is only noticed after a picture is taken (as if it were photobombed by said rack). The rack completely hijacks the original focus of the picture much like an intentional photobomb.

The location of the rack with respect to the rest of the picture is also known as the rackground. It is so distracting that the viewer doesn’t even notice that there is a foreground and / or background in the picture.
Come check out the photobombs on this girl. I would've totally asked her out if I had seen her earlier.

I'm just flipping through my pictures and all of a sudden I stumble upon a great set of photobombs... Happy Birthday to me!
作者 I Like Turtles 2013年6月03日
The one innocent thing you should NEVER say at an airport.
Guy: "Photobomb!"
*CLICK*
(Get booted off the flight)
作者 Sherlock21st 2011年4月18日
to jump in a picture right before it is taken in Ontario, Canada it is known as the pop-in
im gonna photobomb all your nice pictures

i gotta go try and rock some pop-ins
作者 CHUBBYdaking 2010年3月29日

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