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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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Her referent and cinematographic discursive model reflects film categories supported by the dictatorship: the escapist Hollywood blockbuster and national Spanish cinema.
As in Benveniste's theory, if the enunciation means the conversion of language into discourse then it becomes also involved into the communication process, as well Casetti argues holding with interdependence between cinematographic enunciation and communication.
This strategy may be directly associated to the context of production of cinematographic translations.
He further gives a analysis and break up of major product categories , major countries and major Indian ports under Optical, Photographic, Cinematographic, Measuring, Checking, Precision, Medical or Surgical Instruments and Apparatus and its parts as follows :
The main imports from Japan include machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, machinery, and optical, photographic and cinematographic equipment.
Joon-ho turns his camera on a figure well known to all, once again exploring it through unexpected cinematographic aspects.
The government set up the National Committee for the Reform and Development of the Audiovisual Sector, and decided to provide more money for cinematographic productions, calling on TV stations, internet services providers and DVD vendors to make financial contributions, at a time when fewer movies were made, and the number of cinemas was down to 20 from the over 100 in the 1960s in Tunisia.
While most average Kurds are familiar with simple cinematographic terms, they are eager to learn more about real cinema.
It's main imports include chemical products, photographic and cinematographic equipment; medical equipment, vegetables, plastic products, iron and steel as well as organic chemicals.
A spin-off of the hugely popular television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI Miami places more emphasis on police work rather than science, sharing its parent show's penchant for grisly crime re-enactments and boasts a flashier cinematographic style that befits its sun-kissed locale.
She explains with great insight the socio-historical and cinematographic context of Jeunet's blockbuster, while working through more in-depth scene analysis.
One of cinema's most esteemed growth areas is given a glowing and precise appraisal in the entertaining docu "Iran: A Cinematographic Revolution.