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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.
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Several of its formal narrative aspects reproduce cinematographic functions; for example, the third-person narrative voice records only speech and movement.
The definition given to the cinematographic enunciation is synthetized by author in three fundamental ideas (Casetti, 1998, 30): 1) the enunciation sets the coordination of the film: 2) the enonce may manifest into two forms, either as enunciative enonce (discourse), or as enuncive enonce (narrative); 3) the intertextual frame functions as a kind of background through which every sequence of the film acquires both a place and a distinct identity.
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 :
Save Dada (whose real name was Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatavdekar) was present when the Lumiere brothers showed their film, inspiring him to purchase a movie camera from London with which he made his first efforts at producing cinematographic films in Bombay.
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.
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.
Bracingly original, with a fresh visual style that utilizes multiple cinematographic treatments, Shortbus is unlike any other American film that's come (pun intended) before.
Cinematic hypertext is a fourth paradigm of hypertext that frames the problem of maintaining coherence as one of representing and communicating discourse form in ways inspired by the mechanisms underpinning cinematographic languages for expressing coherently narrative relations.
In works like Punishment Park (1970) or La Commune (Paris 1871) (1999), Watkins has challenged what he calls the "monoform": cinematographic editing that reduces disparate visual and acoustic parts to a narrative whole.
15, nearly three months after predecessor Veronique Cayla ankled to take the top slot at France's powerful Centre National de la Cinematographic.