use photometric in a sentence.
At the University of Kentucky lab where I worked in 2002 (The Metaverse Lab), we had a 24-projector geometrically/photometrically-corrected only-casually-aligned system projecting on 2 walls and the floor with all 3 planes meeting at a corner.
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, candles made from spermaceti were used as standard photometric illuminants.
There's a sophisticated and multifaceted image processing pipeline to detect the changes in sources, to automatically extract photometric parameters, and to pass these parameters on to a classifier to separate the events into types of interest to various communities (the SN folks could care less about asteroids).
The planet's radius/size was measured photometrically when it passed between us and its star (an occlusion, like an eclipse).