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Synonyms for cinematographer

a photographer who operates a movie camera

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Pierre Gill, director of photography on Christian Duguay's The Art of War, predicts that, "Soon you'll be able to affordably scan entire films into the computer.
In the future, I expect a director of photography will also become a director of digital effects.
The executive producers are Francis Ford Coppola and Fred Fuchs, the director of photography is John Toll and the production designer is Laurence Eastwood.
Collaborating with Scorsese behind the scenes were director of photography Michael Ballhaus, production designer Kristi Zea, editor Thelma Schoonmaker, and costume designer Sandy Powell.
color) Kavi Raz, (right) of Granada Hills discusses a shot with Frank Conroy, director of photography, for the film ``The Gold Bracelet.
The ads were directed by Bob Richardson, an Academy Award winner who worked as director of photography for ``Platoon'' and ``A Few Good Men.
Veteran filmmaker Harry Hope served as director of photography for the film.
Both the DVD and VHS ``awards editions'' will feature a 30-minute storyboard session with Mendes and director of photography Conrad Hall providing a running commentary, along with a specially produced 22-minute ``making of'' featurette.
Director of photography, Rolf Kesterman added, "The Origin camera fit very well into the film production environment.
The creative behind-the-scenes team is led by director of photography Larry Fong, production designer James Bissell, editor Bill Hoy and costume designer Michael Wilkinson.
Smith's usual director of photography, David Klein, shot ``Vulgar,'' and his lighting and framing here will enhance his reputation as not much of a cinematographer.
The director of photography is Ueli Steiger ("The Day After Tomorrow"), and the production is designed by Jean Vincent Puzos ("Lord of War").
99 on DVD and includes audio commentary with director Sam Mendes and screenwriter Alan Ball, storyboards with commentary by Mendes and director of photography Conrad Hall and a making-of featurette.
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