The work required to consider such a list far exceeds my interest in cinematography. I prefer to look at films as whole entities rather than as a bundle of component elements. So lists like Film, Director (which I rated on filmography rather than "direction"), Animated and Doc are find but even with Performances I didn't put a lot of effort in.
But the components can't really be separated, really. For example, cinematography can enhance performances which are expressions of the script and results of the director's vision and prompting. Gordon Willis helped the characterization of Vito Corleone by overhead lighting that cast Brando's eyes in darkness which worked in conjunction with the makeup artist's effort and Brando's characterization of Puzo and Coppola's writing. You can check the bonus feature on the Godfather set to hear what Willis was trying to express.
Cinematography has as much impact on story narration as the actual script and, say, the editing does such as framing to exclude/include things or highlight character relationships via the arrangement of actors to one another, etc.