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There was a clothing shop near where I grew up. As a kid, I drew backgrounds for some of the clothing, and eventually got to actually do designs. One of my jobs was to sketch the children of tourists who'd come there. But they would never sit still; I got my father to buy me a Kodak camera to take pictures of them instead. But to get the film developed was very expensive. I had a friend whose ...
Prominent Japanese cinematographer, noted for his tracking shots and as inventor of the 'bleach bypass' optical technique, first employed in 1960.