[ US /ˈkæmɝəmən/ ]
[ UK /kˈæmɹəmən/ ]
  1. a photographer who operates a movie camera
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How To Use cameraman In A Sentence

  • It's a cameraman's film and mostly about riding dangerously through mulga, about rounding up scrub bulls, about branding and marking with the mass of Mt Leichhardt rising up in blue splendour beyond.
  • He takes time to walk around the set with his cameraman before the actors arrive and that he uses this time to decide how he wants the scene to look.
  • Earlier this week a Fox News cameraman was briefly detained and had his videotape confiscated as he filmed a traffic stop near the Pentagon.
  • It broke up the crew and left the cameraman shaking underneath his camera.
  • The drama, on Sunday November 25, was captured on videotape by an Afghan cameraman.
  • During another, he tweaked and twisted a cameraman's ear. Times, Sunday Times
  • He established his own studio in his garden at Isleworth, London, with Harold Bastick as his cameraman.
  • One television cameraman reportedly walked up a dry river-bed to snatch images of Harry mustering cattle.
  • The cameraman is seen running towards me and the intensity and pace with which his camera clearly hits my head and it was not like just a touch, it hit me hard on my head and patka, "Harbhajan wrote in his bigadda blog. The Times of India
  • Me and a cameraman with a clockwork wind-up camera. Times, Sunday Times
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