Over his long career, Italian cinematographer Giuseppe Rotunno worked with some of Europe's finest filmmakers. Originally a still photographer, he started out operating the camera for legendary cinematographer G.R. Aldo. In 1955, Rotunno became a full-fledged lighting director and due to his versatility, became one of the most in-demand cinematographers of the '60s through the '90s. He is especially known for the creative camera work he did with Fellini and Visconti.