- the art or technique of motion-picture photography.
Origin of cinematography
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Examples from the Web for cinematography
So I applied to the cinematography program at the American Film Institute.How ‘Transcendence’ Director Wally Pfister Became Christopher Nolan’s Secret Weapon
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For a broadcast show this visually audacious and daring to be shut out completely—not even a cinematography nomination!Emmy Nomination Surprises and Snubs: ‘House of Cards,’ ‘Orphan Black,’ and More
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It's beautifully orchestrated with good music and cinematography.A Surf Star's Favorite Surfing Movies
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Avatar, meanwhile, will likely suffer from voters who don't consider animation and CGI to count as cinematography verité.How to Win the Office Oscar Pool
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With cinematography, a new strategy of synchronization was arrived at.
This is the projector and it is probably the most complicated of all the machines used in cinematography.
Of the recent developments in cinematography the 217 ones we hear most about are colour pictures and talking pictures.
This phase of cinematography, however, is still in its infancy and we can look for great improvements at an early date.
The convention of cinematography is based on sharing the extended white page on which the projection of moving images takes place.
- the art or science of film (motion-picture) photography
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Word Origin and History for cinematography
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