lensman

noun
lens·​man | \ˈlenz-mən, -ˌman\

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an expert lensman whose work has appeared in dozens of magazines

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He was given a camera by the lensman David Montgomery, who told him to use it like a notebook. Vogue, "Celebrating Bill Cunningham at the New York Historical Society and Right Here on Vogue," 19 June 2018 Photography by Aurélien Aumond In a series of photographs by French lensman Aurélien Aumond, strange, futuristic buildings appear to sprout up from an expanse of grass, like relics of a past-future era. Lauren Ro, Curbed, "Futuroscope is the wicked-cool theme park you’ve never heard of," 30 May 2018 Instead of tagging them on Instagram, allowing them easy access to their photos, these lensmen and women are using the hashtag #NoFreePhotos. Booth Moore, The Hollywood Reporter, "Superstar Blogger Bryanboy Reveals He Pays For His Own Clothes, Travel During Fashion Week," 23 Sep. 2017 Instead of tagging them on Instagram, allowing them easy access to their photos, these lensmen and women are using the hashtag Booth Moore, The Hollywood Reporter, "Superstar Blogger Bryanboy Reveals He Pays For His Own Clothes, Travel During Fashion Week," 23 Sep. 2017 If Beckham’s Instagram following (presently over 10 million) could be considered a testing ground for the aspiring lensman, his passion seems to be working for him. Edward Barsamian, Vogue, "Brooklyn Beckham on Photography and Which Family Member Is Trickiest to Shoot," 10 Sep. 2017 Our obsession with the '90s era of models is no secret—and the man behind many of the most iconic photographs from this golden age in fashion supers is lensman Peter Lindbergh. Sarah Lindig, Harper's BAZAAR, "Peter Lindbergh Reunites 6 Iconic '90s Supermodels in New Fashion Film," 26 Aug. 2015 Taking in all the action was millennial lensman Brooklyn Beckham along with a gaggle of Moss’s model peers, including Winnie Harlow. Vogue, "Kate Moss and Mario Sorrenti Reunite for Calvin Klein’s Latest Fragrance Launch," 23 June 2017

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1938, in the meaning defined above

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