Hint: A map is a symbolic portrait that denotes relationships between elements of some space such as regions, objects, and themes. Most of the World Maps are drawn to a scale to express a ratio between two or more units of measurement.
Geographer: A geographer studies the land, features, inhabitants, and phenomena of an area or region. They may use this information to help governments and businesses plan where to build homes and roads, what marketing strategies to use, and how to respond to disasters.
Cartographer: A person who makes maps, whether they’re of the world, the local bus routes, or buried pirate treasure. This word derived from the Latin word charta-, which means “tablet or leaf of paper,” and the Greek word graphein, meaning to write or draw.
Cinematographer: A cinematographer or a Director of Photography is in charge of the camera and the lighting crew. They’re the person responsible for creating the color, lighting, look, and framing of every single shot in a film.
Cartoonist: A cartoonist is an artist who develops animated cartoons manually or on the computer. This can be for newspapers, magazines, television and film studios, videos, publishing companies, and animation studios. Their work may also be used in political commentary, comic strips, and user manuals.
So, the correct answer is Option B.
Note: Anaximander created the first map of the world. Linville made the first map of India. Ptolemy first presented India on the world map. Cartography has grown in value with the use of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and Global Navigation Satellite Systems, and with all of the current advances in technology, it continues to be an important field.