cinematographer

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cinematography +‎ -er

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cinematographer (plural cinematographers)

  1. (cinematography) A photographer who operates a movie camera, or who oversees the operations of the cameras and lighting when making a film.
  2. (dated) One who exhibits motion pictures; a projectionist.
    • 1916, The American School Board Journal (volume 53, page 41)
      It is what the spectator sees, not reads, that leaves the lasting impression. The best plan is to have the cinematographer call in order to determine the details to be covered.

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