videography

noun
vid·​e·​og·​ra·​phy | \ ˌvi-dē-ˈä-grə-fē How to pronounce videography (audio) \

Definition of videography

: the practice or art of recording images with a video camera

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Other Words from videography

videographer \ ˌvi-​dē-​ˈä-​grə-​fər How to pronounce videography (audio) \ noun

Examples of videography in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Many drones are also specially tailored for different purposes, such as recreation, racing or photography and videography. Chase Brush, chicagotribune.com, "How to fly a drone," 2 Apr. 2021 Lisa Portes directed the performance, with videography and editing by a team from Studio Gear. Jim Higgins, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's 'The Way She Spoke' explores murder and disappearance of women in Mexico," 18 Mar. 2021 In a short film about Edgerton's work, Quicker 'N a Wink, which won the Academy Award for best one-reel short of 1940, high-speed videography shows a cat bending its tongue downward and pulling liquid up and into its mouth. John Matson, Scientific American, "Cat Lap: Engineers Unravel the Mystery of How Felines Drink," 11 Nov. 2010 With the studio outfitted with the latest technology, instructors start students with the basics of recording, producing and writing music before advancing into more complex topics and even diving into some videography work. Peter Warren, Star Tribune, "New Minneapolis parks program hopes to engage students in creative arts," 12 Mar. 2021 Mikael Burke directed the performance, with videography and editing by a team from Studio Gear. Jim Higgins, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "In Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's 'The Island,' two men starved for freedom resist being crushed by apartheid," 3 Mar. 2021 Jorvig enjoyed many hobbies, including downhill skiing, camping, roller skating, travel, photography and videography, and spending time with family and friends. Janet Moore, Star Tribune, "Robert Jorvig, first Metropolitan Council head, dies at 99," 22 Feb. 2021 The latest video, with its high-quality videography and editing, is more consumer-friendly than previous, academic demonstrations of the robots’ progress. Theresa Machemer, Smithsonian Magazine, "Dancing Boston Dynamics Robots Show Off Their Sweet Moves," 4 Jan. 2021 Just a few months before, Matthews, 24, was embarking on a career in videography after serving a year in prison for selling THC oil to friends at the University of Nebraska Omaha. NBC News, "George Floyd's killing turned them into activists. What are they doing now?," 25 Nov. 2020

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First Known Use of videography

1969, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of videography was in 1969

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11 Apr 2021

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“Videography.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/videography. Accessed 12 Apr. 2021.

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