camera-shy

camera-shy

adj
having an aversion to being photographed or filmed

cam′era-shy`



adj.
unwilling or afraid to be photographed or filmed.
Translations

camera-shy

[ˈkæmərəˌʃaɪ] ADJ to be camera-shycohibirse en presencia de la cámara

camera-shy

[ˈkæmrəˌʃaɪ] adjche non ama essere fotografato/a
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AMERICAN Pie star Jason Biggs went all camera-shy when co-star Tara Reid asked him to appear in her TV show.
HE'S one of Hollywood's biggest names, but it seems Russell Crowe has come over all camera-shy.
But Ash, 24, who's dating Girls Aloud's Cheryl Tweedy, turned camera-shy as he left.
But it was at the high-security pounds 500,000 reception at nearby Wrotham Park on Saturday - where camera-shy Cheryl rolled up in a horse-drawn carriage with blacked-out windows - that the singer's decorator dad got all emotional.
HERE'S camera-shy Jordan keeping a characteristically low-profile.
CAMERA-SHY Jordan is so fed up with all the attention she gets, she's ready to leave the country - yay
But the smile was soon wiped from former Miss UK Gayle's face when Jim began shouting at our snapper before darting in the opposite direction when he got a dose of the camera-shy bug.
The Killers wrapped up the festival but seemed camera-shy and banned all photographers from getting close.
And a couple of the lads were a bit camera-shy but in the end they really enjoyed themselves.
Meeting Turkey's camera-shy people smugglers Smugglers are generally camera shy.
The Someone in question - the reclusive, camera-shy Wigan chairman Dave Whelan - clearly thinks getting his side away from the Championship relegation zone is more important than having a manager who doesn't engage in racist, sexist and homophobic 'banter' at the expense of his colleagues and players.
Keane, now assistant manager with the Republic of Ireland and Aston Villa, added: "People thought he was camera-shy, he just couldn't be bothered.