Camera, Film, & Tape
Earned last feature credit on "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade", directed by Spielberg
Shot Trevor Nunn's "Lady Jane"
Was cinematographer on the second installment of the trilogy "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom", directed by Spielberg
Shot the James Bond film "Never Say Never Again"
Was director of photography on Spielberg's "Raiders of the Lost Ark"; garnered third Oscar nomination
Received second Academy Award nomination for his work on "Julia", helmed by Fred Zinnemann
Began first collaboration with Steven Spielberg, additional photography on India sequences of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
Won praise for his lush cinematographic work on "The Great Gatsby"
Earned Oscar nomination for "Travels with My Aunt"
Worked with Ken Russell on "The Music Lovers"
Shot Roman Polanski's "The Fearless Vampire Killers"
Won particular attention for his work on "Freud", directed by John Huston
Was cinematographer for "The Lavender Hill Mob"
Served as director of photography on "Kind Hearts and Coronets"
Became director of photography at Ealing Studios
Shot first film, "Dead of Night"
Began film career as newsreel cameraman during WWII
Worked as a photo-journalist at Paris Match, Life and other magazines
Slocombe did not use a light meter on the set of "Raiders of the Lost Ark."