Definition of Cameramen

1. Noun. (plural of cameraman) ¹



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Definition of Cameramen

1. cameraman [n] - See also: cameraman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cameramen

camera ready
camera right
camera tripod
camera vitrea bulbi
camerade
camerades
camerae
cameral
cameraless
cameralism
cameralist
cameralistic
cameralistics
cameralists
cameraman
cameramen (current term)
cameraperson
camerapersons
cameraphone
cameraphones
cameras
cameration
camerawoman
camerawomen
camerawork
cameraworks
camerlengo
camerlengos
camerolaite
cameroon

Literary usage of Cameramen

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1. A Condensed Course in Motion Picture Photography by Charles Wilbur Hoffman, Carl Louis Gregory (1920)
"Too many cameramen and too many directors, as well, fail to understand why they do ... I know cameramen who have kept their photographic eye in practice by ..."

2. The Girl and the Job by Helen Christene Hoerle, Florence B.. Saltzberg (1919)
"In Italy there is a school for cameramen where the course is of many ... There are also schools here, though cameramen usually evolve from camera boys whose ..."

3. Human Rights in Post-Communist Albania by Fred Abrahams, Human Rights Watch (Helsinki). (1996)
"They took [detained] me and a cameraman and others. They took away the cameras. It was terrible. Very violent. They took seven cameramen, eight journalists, ..."

4. Writing the Photoplay by Joseph Berg Esenwein, Arthur Leeds (1919)
"Almost every day, directors and cameramen—especially cameramen—risk life and limb in an effort to secure some novel scenic effect as a background for their ..."

5. Camera by Columbia Photographic Society, Philadelphia (1916)
""At the present time we have a staff of six cartoonists, twenty assistant artists and four cameramen constantly at work. An idea of the amount of labor ..."

6. Ninth Day of Creationby Leonard Crane by Leonard Crane (2000)
"A few bold TV cameramen on the other hand—whom Cassie judged more foolhardy than brave—tried to continue filming from the center of the street. ..."

7. Republic by Charles Edward Sheehan-miles (2007)
"They moved down the stairs almost as one unit: half a dozen cameramen, plus many more print reporters and photographers.This was probably the best- covered ..."

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