Examples of cinematography in a Sentence
The film's cinematography is breathtaking.
Who did the cinematography for this film?
Recent Examples of cinematography from the Web
The cinematography seems static and distant, not so much trapped in a house of evil spirits as it is stifled by the space.
High-quality models have long been a staple of filmmaking, with clever cinematography often belying the size of the miniature.
The films featured student work in scriptwriting, filming, editing, and cinematography.
Contributing to that sense of suspense is the creepy, understated music by Brian McOmber, as well as Drew Daniels' often-dreamlike cinematography.
Set during the runup to Olli Maki’s 1962 Helsinki bout against Davey Moore, Juho Kuosmanen’s debut feature benefits from magnificent, intimate cinematography and endearingly unforced performances.
Foy was born and raised near Manchester, England, and briefly flirted with careers in dance and cinematography before committing to acting and eventually studying it at the Oxford School of Drama.
But a good soundtrack creates a world, with its own aesthetic and rules, as much as plot and cinematography do.
De La Pasqua said there were award categories for best film, best actor, best actress, best cinematography, best editing and best writing.
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First Known Use of cinematography
CINEMATOGRAPHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cinematography for English Language Learners
: the art, process, or job of filming movies : motion-picture photography
Medical Definition of cinematography
: the art or science of motion-picture photography X-ray fluoroscopic cinematography
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