But there was something else in her silence, something that made me bring the drum camera back online.
Sevita gingerly slid past Nella and turned the camera light on.
I focused my camera as Luther led me before the famous walnut tree by which he had proved that natural evolution can be telescopically hastened.
When Dr. Schneider was on shift, she took the camera into the lab so she could talk continuously to it and document her work.
Dr. Pazzo picked up the camera and spun it to face him. “
They’ve kept the cameras clicking, kept those faxes humming, swapped that email, run those photocopiers on overtime, licked envelopes and spent small fortunes on airfare and long-distance.
Gloved hands reached up and snatched away cameras, covering lenses.
feeling around the place where the wall met the ceiling, until he found the video camera.
He wasn't the only one eyeing them nervously -- there was a little group of white tourists cowering in the cafe, clutching their cameras and staring incredulously at their dead phones.
Manfred bends downand faces the camera in its handle. “
Dr. Pazzo stumbled through and grabbed the camera, his face filling the screen.
Dr. Pazzo lurched forward and stumbled, almost dropping the camera.
Dr. Pazzo placed the camera on the floor facing the doorway.
Dr. Pazzo was banging and kicking the wall, forgetting the camera in his hand.
Sevita had decided she needed another camera and to see Christine.
Sevita stepped in too and trained the camera on Dr. Carton.
A single frame as Dr. Pazzo smashed the camera against the wall in his staged frenzy.
We’re setting up the video camera, so if you want to come on in, we’ll get started right away.”
One amateur video guy, hoping to sell his tape to the afternoon tabloid shows, simply got on the elevator and, when the door opened on the fourth floor, sprinted down the hall, yodeling, waving his video camera wildly in hopes that a frame or two would later show Michelle in her bed.
Just patch a camera into your parietal lobe instead of your visual cortex.”
Some little time ago, Elsie said she wanted to photograph them, and begged her father to lend his camera.
But on the photograph we can not apply this “natural” standard because it is not given in nature, and we blame the camera.
His daughter had pleaded to be allowed to use the camera.
For many months immediately prior to taking the first photograph she was at home and did not associate with anyone who possessed a camera.
CHAPTER IV THE SECOND SERIES When Mr. Gardner was in Yorkshire in July, he left a good camera with Elsie, for he learned that her cousin Frances was about to visit her again and that there would be a chance of more photographs.
They saw the sedate-looking fairy to the right, and without waiting to get in the picture Elsie pushed the camera close up to the tall grasses and took the snap.... To this letter I made answer as follows: Melbourne, October 21, 1920.