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Old March 23, 2009, 01:25 PM
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Vocabulario para un fotógrafo

me gusta fotografia, cual es bien palabras para aprender, como se dice palabras como, camera, flash, tripod, backdrops, background, composition, smile, say cheese (an equivalent in spanish), lens, or anything else anyone can think of that relates to photography
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Old March 23, 2009, 01:34 PM
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me gusta fotografia, cual es bien palabras para aprender, como se dice palabras como, camera, flash, tripod, backdrops, background, composition, smile, say cheese (an equivalent in spanish), lens, or anything else anyone can think of that relates to photography
Smile: sonrisa
camera: cámara
say Cheese: I don't know about this. The food kind is queso, but it wouldn't make sense if you were posing for a picture.
Tripod: http://www.tomisimo.org/dictionary/spanish_english/tripod
backdrops:
flash: flash http://www.tomisimo.org/dictionary/spanish_english/flash
composition: http://www.tomisimo.org/dictionary/spanish_english/composition
background: http://www.tomisimo.org/dictionary/s...ish/background
lens: http://www.tomisimo.org/dictionary/spanish_english/lens

I hope this can be some help
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photographer = fotógrafo
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oh a photo would be...
foto
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oh a photo would be...
foto
Just "foto" without the accent mark, or "fotografía". "foto" is short for "fotografía".
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Camera: cámara
Flash: flash
Tripod: trípode
Composition: composición
Smile: sonríe/sonría/sonrían (imperative form of "sonreír")
Say cheese: dí/diga/digan "whiskey" (in Mexico)
Lens: lente/objetivo
Film: rollo de película
Shutter: obturador
Shooting: disparo


@Piki: I suggest you to read camera manuals in Spanish so you can find specific vocabulary that cannot be given in lists... most of them can be found online at the camera brand websites.
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In Spain, some people say "patata" instead of Cheese"
Agree with Angelica. A two idiom manual it's the best way.
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Camera: cámara
Flash: flash
Tripod: trípode
Composition: composición
Smile: sonríe/sonría/sonrían (imperative form of "sonreír")
Say cheese: dí/diga/digan "whiskey" (in Mexico)
Lens: lente/objetivo
Film: rollo de película
Shutter: obturador
Shooting: disparo


@Piki: I suggest you to read camera manuals in Spanish so you can find specific vocabulary that cannot be given in lists... most of them can be found online at the camera brand websites.
thanks thats a very good idea, I read the manuals in english and never once thought about downloading one in spanish, thanks again that will help a lot, i should have thought of that

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Mi novia es un photógrafo profesional. Nosotros conocíamos a las escuela de arte. Estudiaba animación en al pasado.
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