cinematography

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cinematography

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

Vox populi
The creation of films.
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The Learning Object introduced the metalanguage of film lighting. It demonstrated how lighting techniques can communicate a time of day, by replicating natural lighting and shadow formation.
The art of film lighting, already mostly lost in cinema's transition from black-and-white to color, suffers a deathblow from digital cameras that can make do with available light.
"In the I-Power days, we won an Oscar for film lighting that was used in films like Harry Potter and James Bond," he said.
Graver's stories divulge their camera film lighting techniques (and tricks) for creating the critically acclaimed yet low-budget productions.