camerawoman

noun
cam·​era·​wom·​an | \ ˈkam-rə-ˌwu̇-mən How to pronounce camerawoman (audio) , ˈka-mə-rə- \

Definition of camerawoman

: a woman who operates a camera (as for motion pictures or television)

Examples of camerawoman in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Shuler Donner started in the industry as a TV camerawoman. Tim Gray, Variety, 17 June 2022 In a now-viral moment, Harlow is shown messing with a camerawoman courtside. Los Angeles Times, 3 May 2022 There were also moments of hostility – such as when a Hungarian camerawoman was filmed kicking and possibly tripping migrants along the country’s border with Serbia. Renata Brito, The Christian Science Monitor, 1 Mar. 2022 Several years ago, a documentary director, Deborah Craig, and her camerawoman visited to film Gearhart. Jamie Lauren Keiles Ismail Muhammad Kim Tingley Benoit Denizet-lewis Sam Anderson Jazmine Hughes Irina Aleksander Sasha Weiss Rowan Ricardo Phillips Stella Bugbee Michael Paterniti Maggie Jones Robert Draper Rob Hoerburger Jason Zengerle Reginald Dwayne Betts Jane Hu David Marchese Hanif Abdurraqib Jenna Wortham Anthony Giardina Niela Orr Amy X. Wang, New York Times, 25 Dec. 2021 Craig and her camerawoman climbed in the back of Gearhart’s rusted maroon S.U.V., the upholstery ripped and chewed by her dog, Bodhi, who had dibs on the front passenger seat. Jamie Lauren Keiles Ismail Muhammad Kim Tingley Benoit Denizet-lewis Sam Anderson Jazmine Hughes Irina Aleksander Sasha Weiss Rowan Ricardo Phillips Stella Bugbee Michael Paterniti Maggie Jones Robert Draper Rob Hoerburger Jason Zengerle Reginald Dwayne Betts Jane Hu David Marchese Hanif Abdurraqib Jenna Wortham Anthony Giardina Niela Orr Amy X. Wang, New York Times, 25 Dec. 2021 Two of its journalists -- reporter Katsiaryna Andreyeva and camerawoman Daria Chultsova -- are serving two-year sentences for providing live coverage of protests in November. Gulnoza Said, CNN, 24 May 2021 There was one camerawoman, a woman motivating and instructing into the camera, and two men exercising on either side. Dallas News, 24 Apr. 2020 The Emmy Award-winning comedian sat cross-legged in a chair in her living room, and her wife, actress Portia de Rossi, acted as camerawoman. Christina Capatides, CBS News, 8 Apr. 2020 See More

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First Known Use of camerawoman

1971, in the meaning defined above

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23 Jun 2022

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“Camerawoman.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/camerawoman. Accessed 2 Jul. 2022.

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