Gilbert Taylor, the cinematographer behind the classic "Star Wars" movie, passed away on Friday.
Taylor's career began in the 1920s as a camera assistant.
He went on to work with George Lucas on the first "Star Wars" movie, as well as with Alfred Hitchcock and Roman Polanski.
Taylor was famous for his distinctive visual style.
His credits include work on "Dr. Strangelove" and "A Hard Day's Night."
Taylor also directed photography on several episodes of the television show, "The Avengers."
He was 99 years old.