Moms who line the field or court at a sporting event to photograph their kids with their high priced cameras and telephoto lenses like the paparazzi.
Wow, look at Jake's mom fighting the rest of the momarazzi for the best camera position on the soccer field!
por flacker 24 de Setembro de 2007
Momarazzi: noun; maternal photographers, usually novices, but always with good intentions, who aggressively pursue their children's every move at various sporting and life events, (ie. graduations, etc) for the purpose of taking a multitude of embarrassing photographs, and often shove other Momarazzi to jockey for the best photo spot.
I couldn't get a good picture of my son at his graduation because of the swarm of Momarazzi blocking me and pushing me out of the way to snap pictures of their own kids.

Mom, please take it easy with your camera at my football game today. You're embarrassing me because you're one of the Momarazzi who follow my every move.
por ThreeRingCircusLeader 08 de Outubro de 2012
A mom who owns a nice camera and is constantly photographing her kids. Then someone tells them one of their kids photographs is good or cute so they start a photography business.
Friend- Wow you took a great photo of your son.

-Momarazzi- Thank you I am starting my own photography business now.
por a real photographer 22 de Setembro de 2010

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