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cinematography

Medspeak
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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Later, he enrolled in the cinematography program at the American Film Institute and went from working on documentaries to dramatic features.
If you are interested in a virtual brochure, which provides manufacturers, end users, and other industry participants with an overview of the World Digital Broadcast and Cinematography Cameras Market, then send an e-mail to Mireya Castilla, Corporate Communications, at mireya.
This Frost & Sullivan research titled World Digital Broadcast and Cinematography Cameras Market provides analysis of market trends, competitive analysis, and revenues and unit forecasts in the digital cameras market.
6 million last year, has declined, like all TV advertising in the region in the past year, but is still a wellspring for the Cinematography Fund, which supports nearly all local film production along with film fests and other projects.
This innovative approach is the gold standard in sports cinematography today.
Such a cinematography law, they say, would bring the country into line with neighbors Hungary and Poland where generous new funding and tax rebates have boosted production.
Genie Awards: Director, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Sound Editing; Golden Reel Award; Special Jury Prize at Cannes.
About DALSA Digital Cinema and the Origin 4K Cinematography Camera
This breakthrough is a result of a revolutionary new cinematography process that promises to dramatically reduce production costs and give content producers far more creative control over the visual effects process.
Samurai'' has shining moments, though, particularly its design and cinematography.
Innocence" is up for IF's best feature, actor (Bud Tingwell), actress (Julia Blake), script (Cox), cinematography (Tony Clark), music (Paul Grabowsky), sound (James Currie) and editing (Simon Whitington).