Definition of Cinematography

1. Noun. The act of making a film.

Exact synonyms: Filming, Motion-picture Photography
Generic synonyms: Photography, Picture Taking
Specialized synonyms: Take, Animation
Derivative terms: Cinematographer, Film, Film



Definition of Cinematography

1. Noun. The art and technique of making and reproducing motion pictures. ¹

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Definition of Cinematography

1. [n -PHIES]

Cinematography Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cinematography

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cinematize
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cinematizing
cinematograph
cinematographer
cinematographers
cinematographic
cinematographical
cinematographically
cinematographies
cinematographist
cinematographists
cinematographs
cinematography (current term)
cinemuck
cineol
cineole
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cinephile
cinephiles
cinephilia
cinephilias
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cinephotomicrography
cineplastic amputation
cineplastics
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Literary usage of Cinematography

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1. A Condensed Course in Motion Picture Photography by Charles Wilbur Hoffman, Carl Louis Gregory (1920)
"CHAPTER I HISTORY OF cinematography IT is not impossible that some form of motion pictures was known to the Ancients. Titus Lucretius Carus wrote several ..."

2. Moving Pictures: How They are Made and Worked by Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot (1914)
"... CHAPTER XXIV ELECTRIC SPARK cinematography ALTHOUGH we commonly think of the human senses as very acute, yet in reality they possess many imperfections. ..."

3. Technology of Cellulose Esters: A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the by Edward Chauncey Worden (1921)
"Color cinematography. The principles of color photography as previously touched upon have been carried a step further in endeavors to produce continuous ..."

4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1911)
"The brighter the light in taking cinematography in natural colors, the better, because if one goes into a picture gallery at dusk all the red and orange ..."

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