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(in films) a person in charge of the lighting of sets being filmed.
- ‘He is one of Canada's top lighting cameramen and one of the busiest; he is currently D.P. on four, very different television series.’
- ‘We are in need of a UK based lighting cameraman to shoot different hotels/different rooms/bar, general monuments around the different towns and cities that we will provide.’
- ‘Producers are responsible for ensuring that lighting cameramen and individual lighting electricians are competent to provide the services required.’
- ‘Among the great French lighting cameramen of that generation, he has cut his own path.’
- ‘Ideal for lighting cameramen on the move, this handy kit takes up very little space yet includes the essentials for close up camera lighting.’
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