- cinematography ► NOUN ▪ the art of photography and camerawork in film-making.DERIVATIVES cinematographer noun cinematographic adjective.
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Cinematographic — Cinematographer Cin e*ma*tog ra*pher, n. 1. One who takes motion pictures with a movie camera, especially one expert in the art. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. one who exhibits motion pictures; an operator of a motion picture projector; a projectionist … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
cinematographic — adjective see cinematography … New Collegiate Dictionary
cinematographic — See cinematography. * * * … Universalium
cinematographic — adjective Of or pertaining to cinematography … Wiktionary
cinematographic — cinÂ·eÂ·matÂ·oÂ·graphÂ·ic || â€šsÉªnÉ™mÃ¦tÉ™ grÃ¦fÉªk adj. of or pertaining to cinematography (art of creating motion pictures) … English contemporary dictionary
cinematographic — cin·e·mat·o·graph·ic … English syllables
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cinematographic vision — The term cinematographic vision is indebted to the Greek words kinèma (movement) and graphein (to draw, to write, to etch, to paint). It was introduced in or shortly before 1970 by the British neurologist Oliver Wolf Sacks (b. 1933) to denote… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
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