[ shuht-er-buhg ]
/ ˈʃʌt ərˌbʌg /
an amateur photographer, especially one who is greatly devoted to the hobby.
Insect Armies! Terrifying Bug Groups ExplainedGrab your butterfly nets, and let's discover some bugged-out group names.
What Is The Difference Between A Bug And An Insect?We tend to use the word bug loosely for any very small creature with legs. However, a true bug is defined as belonging to the order Hemiptera. These creatures characteristically have tough forewings and lack teeth, such as beetles. True bugs have a stylet (a mouth shaped like a straw) that they use to suck juices from plants. Insects belong to the class Insecta and they are characterized by three-part bodies, usually two pairs of wings, and …
- shutter priority,
- shutter release,
- shutter speed,
- shutting stile,
- shuttle armature
Origin of shutterbug
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