cinematographer

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cinematographer

[sin-uh-muh-tog-ruh-fer]
noun
1.
a person whose profession is motion-picture photography.
Also, especially British, cinematographist.


Origin:
1895–1900; cinematograph + -er1

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cinematography (ˌsɪnɪməˈtɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n
the art or science of film (motion-picture) photography
 
cinematographer
 
n
 
cinematographic
 
adj
 
cinemato'graphically
 
adv

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Word Origin & History

cinematographer
1897, from cinematograph (see cinematography.
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Example sentences
And he wasn't the cinematographer for the first three.
The location was recommended to him by his cinematographer, who had previous experience filming a wedding on the property.
Everything and everyone merely awaits further transformation by the cinematographer's glamorizing light.
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