from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal An enthusiastic amateur photographer.
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- n. A person who makes a hobby of photography.
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- n. a photography enthusiast
A punk-rock shutterbug from the Swedish sticks is asked to snap shots at an upper-crust
A shutterbug from an early age "I learned to process film before I learned how to drive", Mr. Shitagi started out capturing some of the wondrous natural settings in his native Hawaii.
“Thank you,” she said as she walked over to the photographer's umbrella, her arms akimbo to keep her pits in picture-perfect shape until the shutterbug was ready.
And not usually that, Jims the bit of the Division II shutterbug.
When the dish you ordered arrives beautifully arranged and absolutely glistening with flavor, it can be hard not to turn into a restaurant shutterbug.
Recently, the "(500) Days of Summer" star gave us an exclusive tour of the side project that has turned him into a shutterbug for the Internet age: hitRECord. org.
Harry Morgan has a blast as a Weegee-style shutterbug.
Often, Asians are only cast if the characters are specifically Asian, often leading to stereotypes like Japanese shutterbug tourists; the owners of restaurants, corner stores, or dry cleaners; exchange students; Asian gang members; martial artists/ninjas/samurais; or anything that would seem "funnier" if done with a thick Asian accent.
If you're an iPhone shutterbug—it wouldn't be surprising, as the majority of photos on Flickr are taken with an iPhone 4—the camera alone is well worth the upgrade.
Upon arriving, I immediately spotted The New York Times's resident shutterbug Bill Cunningham snapping photos of chic septugarians and well-heeled editors seated front row.
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