from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A man who operates a movie or television camera.
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- n. Somebody who operates a movie camera or television camera.
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- n. a photographer who operates a movie camera
For the cameraman is lying just inches away from the majestic beast.
In one video apparently filmed before the raid occurred, a military cameraman is standing next to a soldier who is addressing the flotilla and directing it to a port, seeking a peaceful outcome.
It also grounds the film in a reality rarely afforded these types of genre outtings (except for the preposterous moment where our hapless cameraman is dispatched by the giant beast, somehow sneaking behind him unnoticed long enough to get the poor fool into his gapping maw).
The doc shares an amateur quality with many fan films, too, since a cameraman is often visibly reflected in a picture frame behind Glut during his own interview.
Today, the amount of gear has become significantly smaller, the cameraman is controlling both the visuals and the sound, the reporter is often acting as their own producer.
The camera initially pans round the scene and you can see from the angles that the cameraman is standing to the right of the ally.
What you are about to see are pictures taken by a TV cameraman from the Japanese network NHK.
I went out in the hall, I found a phone booth, I called a cameraman I knew and I said, ` What in the hell is a United? '
Every time I call the cameraman is over, that makes someone call.
Of course, to be fair, you’re limited as to what the camera can do when your cameraman is a tripod.
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