cameraman

All Noun Verb
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  • Cross is a former film student and once worked as a news cameraman.
  • A cameraman also died of a heart attack while running to cover the incident.
  • Each member has their own personal cameramen who follow them around exclusively during recordings.
  • He was much more of a help to me than the cameraman.
  • After a dozen episodes she discovered that she was being paid less than a cameraman.
  • We start working without the cameraman -- just the actors and my brother and me.
  • Later, they found it more practical to stand the cameraman on other characters in the game.
  • He also said that it took him about ten takes until the cameramen got the shot into the desired style.
  • If the cameraman was not present, she walked around with her own camera.
  • With time he began to work as a cameraman and a director.
  • Thus the movie was nearly an all-woman produced movie with the exception of the cameraman.
  • The artists took full advantage of their temporarily greater importance than cameramen. Cited from Operation Terror, by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  • This position did not appear in the cameraman's report; see the image on the left above.
  • This position did not appear in the cameraman's report; see the image on the left above.
  • When the producer refused his request for the cameraman he wanted.
  • The second explosion killed five police officers along with one cameraman.
  • We had a very good director and a great cameraman.
  • She directed the films, while he worked as a cameraman.
  • After World War II he began his career as a cameraman for short documentary films.
  • He is followed on the program by a cameraman and a sound engineer.
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Meaning of cameraman

  • noun A photographer who operates a movie camera