Translation of snapshot in Spanish:


foto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsnæpˌʃɑt//ˈsnapʃɒt/


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    foto feminine
    instantánea feminine
    • Most of the time these family photos and snapshots end up in an album, and occasionally, if they're really good, as a framed print.
    • Since he didn't own a scanner, he'd tape photographs on the wall and use his Sony video camera to take snapshots of them.
    • Demonstrators yesterday testified as to how impossible it would have been to count the numbers remotely accurately from aerial snapshots or crowd flows past certain points.
    • More than a few handhelds also offer a built-in digital camera for taking snapshots and video sequences.
    • His photographs often include other pictures, for example family snapshots propped on a table or loose prints gathered in a box.
    • But stars do not lend themselves to snapshots: point a camera skyward and push a shutter, and the film will record nothing.
    • She pulled out her camera and took several snapshots of it as she approached.
    • If you just want a standard, entry level digital camera for family snapshots and auction photos, then a point and shoot digital camera is a budget conscious choice.
    • Anyone who has attended one of my field landscape workshops knows that I divide photographic opportunities into three categories - snapshots, postcards and images.
    • This week's photo collection features a few snapshots from a recent family reunion involving six of my mother's nine brothers and sisters and all their children and all their children's children.
    • The final alcove was jam-packed with works that add travel snapshots and promotional photographs, either enlarged or regular size, to the dizzying mix.
    • I had a camera for snapshots, just the same as everyone else, and that was what I took - happy snaps!
    • The formal Victorian portrait gave way to the informal snapshot, and now to the intimacy of the phonecam and picture message.
    • The only danger that they present to security is the occasional tourist snapshot inside a heavily surveillanced area.
    • The thing looked most definitely out of place, so I had to take a snapshot with the camera phone that one of my mates has handed down to me just recently.
    • The canvas has often been compared to a snapshot, but to Sussman it looked more like a painted film still, art's first cinéma vérité moment.
    • He was no stranger to the camera: in 1895 he began to use a simple Kodak camera to take snapshots of friends and family to serve in preparing his small interior paintings.
    • Keeping a wish list, along with room measurements and even snapshots of the spaces where pieces will go, can ward off sensory overload and keep your collecting on track, she advises.
    • Images of text, postmarks, snapshots and family photographs are fragments in a non-linear narrative.
    • If you are thinking of only using your camera to exchange snapshots with your friends, you do not need to spend a lot for the camera.