Have you ever watched a movie and stumbled upon a shot that was so breath-taking you thought to yourself, “Wow, that was gorgeous!”? Well, behind that gorgeous angle was a cinematographer. Perhaps not necessarily operating the camera but at least “painting” the look. Here’s what the cinematographer does. There are many jobs in the filmmaking process. It all starts with a script, a story waiting to be told. Then there’s the director, the visionary, the person with the plan. But we all know that filmmaking is highly collaborative, so a team begins to emerge, with a group of like-minded artists all striving towards the same goal. You’ve got your art directors and production designers, and new worlds are created. You’ve got your editors, who lovingly craft the footage into the final piece of art. You’ve got your makeup artists and VFX artists and loads of other craftspeople who ultimately shape the film in some unique way. And then there’s the cinematographer, the person behind the lens. But what exactly does a cinematographer do, and what does it mean to be a cinematographer? So there is a name who is passionate for cinematography and she is Giulia Governo .she craft images from scratch — with the help of the art department — and use the tools at our disposal in order to ensure that the images not only drive the story but that the images themselves are inherently meaningful in some way or another. It’s all about having a unique vision for what you are creating, then using your knowledge of lighting, lenses, composition, etc in order to fulfill that vision.