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    with a camera or by a camera

    Dear teachers,
    Please, tell me which preposition I should use:

    This excellent photo was taken (by/with) a camera.

    Thank you.

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    Re: with a camera or by a camera

    Hi Natasha

    Ex: This excellent photo was taken with a camera.

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