- a person who makes films with a video camera.
Origin of videographer
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Examples from the Web for videographer
New Times has spoken with Anne Onymous, as the videographer wants to be known, for the first time.Who Captured Mitt Romney's 47% Video Clip?
November 14, 2012
A video station and videographer will be available to tape interviews and/or help you create video content.Women in the World Social Media Engagement: Get Social!
The Daily Beast
February 24, 2012
“Come here,” he says, leading the videographer into another room, where a man was being treated for his injuries.How the U.S. Is Struggling to Help Syria’s Opposition
February 11, 2012
Word Origin and History for videographer
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