Charles A. Marshall

Charles A. Marshall (July 21, 1898 – January 8, 1985) was an American cinematographer.wikipedia
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He shared the nomination with Elmer Dyer and James Wong Howe.
Howe was nominated for an Academy Award in 1944 in the "Best Cinematography: Black-and-White" category for his work on the movie Air Force, a nomination he shared with Elmer Dyer, A.S.C., and Charles A. Marshall.

Academy Award for Best Cinematography

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This was in Best Cinematography-Black and White.

Air Force (film)

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He was nominated at the 16th Academy Awards for the film Air Force.
Dudley Nichols was nominated for Best Writing, Original Screenplay; Hans F. Koenekamp, Rex Wimpy, and Nathan Levinson for Best Effects, Special Effects; and Elmer Dyer, James Wong Howe and Charles A. Marshall for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White.

God Is My Co-Pilot (film)

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Charles A. Marshall (July 21, 1898 – January 8, 1985) was an American cinematographer.

Aerial photography

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He was known for doing early aerial photography.