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Synonyms for cinematographer

a photographer who operates a movie camera

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Robert McLachlan, director of photography on The Commish and MacGyver, shall have the last word for now.
In the future, I expect a director of photography will also become a director of digital effects.
We're proud of the AP's reputation as a leader in photography - and we're committed to enhancing and maintaining our high technical standards with the help of the digital imaging experts at Blue Pixel," said Santiago Lyon, Director of Photography at the AP.
Behind the scenes on ``The Terminal,'' Spielberg is also joined by a number of his previous collaborators, including Oscar-winning director of photography Janusz Kaminski, production designer Alex McDowell, costume designer Mary Zophres, editor Michael Kahn and composer John Williams.
The behind-the-scenes creative team is lead by director of photography Slawomir Idziak, production designer Stuart Craig, editor Mark Day, costume designer Jany Temime, creature effects supervisor Nick Dudman, special effects supervisor John Richardson, and visual effects supervisor Tim Burke.
For his first feature effort, Ainouz was aided immensely by executive producer Walter Salles, currently Brazil's top director (``Central Station,'' ``Behind the Sun'') and, incalculably, by Salles' world-class director of photography, Walter Carvalho.
There's Something About Mary"), as the director of photography for its feature film, "Whiskers," scheduled to begin shooting this fall.
I had four days to put the actors together and be on the set, which was still being built, and get the director of photography there and try to see what looked good,'' says Cage.
The director of photography is John Bailey ("The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants"), and the production is designed by Gae Buckley ("The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants").
The director of photography, who has traditionally done his best work for Demme (``The Silence of the Lambs,'' ``Beloved''), turns this Paris-set movie pinwheel into an invigorating kaleidoscope of fresh angles, clever compositions and kinetic ingenuity.
4) ABOVE: White House director of photography Eric Draper, left, snaps a shot of the president boarding Marine One for a recent trip.
The director of photography is Ueli Steiger ("The Day After Tomorrow"), and the production is designed by Jean Vincent Puzos ("Lord of War").
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