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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Not known for being camera-shy, the supermodel, 23, was completely hidden by the giant outfit, which she wore for a private showing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the BFI Imax in London.
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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.
He's camera-shy, but there's one of when I was three or four and it's nice to be able to look back.
Later, after performing at the 23,000-capacity venue, she apparently came over all camera-shy as she covered up with a blanket wrapped around her.
SAFARI so bad as Insania Boy took his camera-shy girlfriend Emily (flick that hair, purse those lips) on an exciting adventure to Kenya.
But camera-shy Jesy, 21, refused to be photographed with her band-mates - and one lucky fan got the chance to pose with three members of the group for the paparazzi.
Although reluctant and seemingly camera-shy at first, saying 'I'll do after.
Mum's the word: Faiers "My mum would be great on the show - she's really good-looking, she's young, she loves going out with the girls, but she's just so camera-shy, so I don't know.
CAMERA-SHY David Cameron yesterday slipped in through the back door to dodge Scots protesting about VAT hikes.