We have no meanings for "work the camera" in our records yet.
Keep her right over the big animals, and I'll work the camera.
He took his right glove off to work the camera.
I wanted to work the camera as well as I did a strip-club customer.
Amin subsequently lost an arm in a rocket attack, replacing it with a prosthetic one so he could still work the camera.
An exhibition of rare photographs of Audrey Hepburn reveals that even at the age of nine she knew how to work the camera.
Their own people are working the camera, and you see a slice of life.
She works the camera more than your average model.
But we may soon know if you boys can successfully work the cameras and flashlights.
Dickinson works the camera subtly to convey internal conflicts that his character may never fully resolve.
She hoped that the guys working the cameras would notice and take lots of extra footage of her tonight.
Of course when Tom worked the camera himself, he could point it wherever he wanted to, but it was now automatic.
Check this out: With one person piloting and the other working the camera, this is a lot cheaper than renting a helicopter.
Blake and Joe made some good moving picture films, Mr. Alcando helping them, for he was rapidly learning how to work the cameras.
"I did see Lieutenant Secor looking at us as we worked the camera, but I didn't pay much attention to him."
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