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cinematography

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A nonspecific term for any "real-time" analytic technique, including radiologic imaging.

Vox populi
The creation of films.

cinematography

in biomechanics, the use of cine film for analysis of human movement, now less common than video analysis.
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These cinematographic techniques combine to create a subversive, neo-realist production that solidifies the inescapable failure of Carmen's attempt to repeat the archetypal, blockbuster forms advanced by the regime.
Donald Crafton nicely contextualizes the various media in his essay "Mindshare: Telephone and Radio Compete for the Talkies," setting the stage for Jan Olsson's look at the way cinema reflected the telephone, in "Framing Silent Calls: Coming to Cinematographic Terms with Telephony.
With it he won "the right to reproduce any part of the novel in cinematographic film - and to make scripts involving any part of that novel.
Now, Saving Private Ryan, aided by superb cinematographic technology, draws on our deep feeling for the GIs in order to rescue not just Private Ryan but the good name of war.
In 1894, as agents for Edison equipment, they had opened the world's first Kinetoscope parlour in New York City; their expansion to Ottawa marked the beginning of Canada's now 100-year-old fascination with cinematographic devices.
The exemption for royalties is expanded to include payments for the use of, or the right to use, any copyright of literary, artistic or scientific work or any neighboring right (including reproduction rights and performing rights), any cinematographic film, and any sound or picture recording or any software.
Further, the list of payments qualifying for exemption from royalty withholding includes payments for reproduction and performing rights as well as for the use of cinematographic film, sound or picture recordings and software products.
Incorporating an enhanced version of the video-capture capability offered in the current EOS-series lineup, the new camera will be ideally suited for cinematographic and other digital high-resolution production applications.
Contract notice: Provision Of Legal Counseling, Assistance, Litigation In Order To Ensure Legal Security For Photographic And Cinematographic Works Intended For Publication On Audiovisual Digital Platform Of Defense Of The (Ndop) Ecpad
15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Cine Nostalgia celebrates the brilliant 30+ years cinematographic career and centennial birthday of German Valdes, most commonly known as Tin Tan.
The festival, which will take place between October 17 and 23 at the Rialto theatre, wishes to promote cinematographic art by presenting a diverse programme of short films from around the world, as well as exhibiting the work of talented filmmakers who successfully use creative cinematic language forms and effectively tell a story in a short film.
The campaign invites people to star in a 'brilliant' story in their holidays and, for those who have already enjoyed the experience, to share it with a cinematographic approach through this platform and the Facebook page of Turismo de Islas Canarias.