lensman


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lensman

(ˈlɛnzmən; ˈlɛnzˌmæn)
n, pl -men
a person who operates a film or television camera
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lensman - someone who takes photographs professionallylensman - someone who takes photographs professionally
artist, creative person - a person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination
camera operator, cameraman, cinematographer - a photographer who operates a movie camera
paparazzo - a freelance photographer who pursues celebrities trying to take candid photographs of them to sell to newspapers or magazines
press photographer - a photographer who works for a newspaper
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Nick Lantin, a favorite son of Lipa who lent a big hand in saving last year's affair, will check in with multiawarded lensman Floy Reyes before lunchtime with a usual hoard of assorted gifts, poultry products.
Taking place at the Transporter Bridge Visitor Centre, the exhibition features exclusive images taken by professional photographer Marc Thorneycroft of Photoworks and two SABIC employees, self-taught professional landscape photographer Stephen Hornsey and semi-professional commercial lensman Mike Walker.
The Cinderella star, pictured, can be seen in the steamy new campaign for My Burberry Black which was shot by legendary lensman Mario Testino.
IN the latest in our occasional series of photo-laughs from the camera of legendary North East lensman Dennis Hutchinson, we ransack his archive for these cheeky snaps
Wildlife lensman John Aitchison has revealed he will be living with a pride of lions in Africa for most of this year.
Mallari, a veteran lensman in Dubai, told Gulf News : "I tried to get out through the stairs initially, but I figured I'd die of suffocation.
Now, a series of remarkable photographs by leading lensman Tim Cornbill has captured the transition of time.
The 94-year-old prince blew his top as he waited for the RAF lensman to check everyone was in the right position for a picture to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The Middle East winter is the most sought-after season for migrating wild birds from the Siberian and Mediterranean regions, as our lensman SHABIN E found out recently.
More such photographs are part of UK- based lensman Ram Shergill's first Indian show Kaleidoscope, organised by Tasveer in partnership with Vacheron Constantin at the Saffron Art, The Oberoi.
Another lensman, AAP photographer Dan Himbrechts, who was present, said the attack was unprovoked and recorded the incident in his camera (http://www.
The lensman landed first prize in the Nature And The Environment category at the AIB Press Photographs Association of Ireland awards in Dublin on Friday.