[awf-kam-er-uh, -kam-ruh, of-]
- occurring as part of a film or program but outside the range of the motion-picture or television camera: the off-camera shouts of a mob.
- out of the range of a motion-picture or television camera: The star walked off-camera at the end of his monologue.
- (of an actor) in one's private rather than professional life: Off-camera the movie star liked to cook.
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Examples from the Web for off-camera
He was a person that was just so easy on the set and so fun, and it would translate on- and off-camera.‘The Good Wife’s Christine Baranski on Life After Will Gardner’s Death
April 21, 2014
The lines—by both actors—are delivered as if they were read from an off-camera teleprompter, and the chemistry is non-existent.Revisiting ‘Valentine’s Day,’ the Star-Studded V-Day Movie Disasterpiece
February 14, 2014
I went everywhere he was, and I was just off-camera talking to him so we could riff stuff back-and-forth.Patton Oswalt Sounds Off On Stand-Up’s Critics and Why Comedians Should Win Oscars
December 27, 2013
An off-camera light source spotlights him from the front, highlighting the action.Christian Hendricks Goes South To Capture Queer Culture
September 30, 2013
So I felt in a way that our off-camera lives on set started mimicking the on-camera lives of the characters.John Gallagher Jr., Star of ‘Newsroom’ and ‘Short Term 12,’ Is Hollywood’s Nicest Guy
August 23, 2013
Word Origin and History for off-camera
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