The category, in its third year, is meant to shine a light on films with limited exposure.
The American Society of Cinematographers announced nominees Wednesday, notably omitting Quentin Tarantino's 70mm Western "The Hateful Eight."
FOX's "Gotham" and Netflix's "Marco Polo" picked up two nominations each.
Cinematographers John Toll, Bill Bennett and Lowell Peterson will be honored by the American Society of Cinematographers in February.
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