videography

noun

vid·​e·​og·​ra·​phy ˌvi-dē-ˈä-grə-fē How to pronounce videography (audio)
: the practice or art of recording images with a video camera
videographer noun

Examples of videography in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Monday, March 11: Eclipse photography, videography, and citizen science projects. Marina Johnson, The Indianapolis Star, 31 Jan. 2024 Eric shared a joyous clip from his birthday celebration and credited Jasmin for her videography skills. Skyler Caruso, Peoplemag, 3 Feb. 2023 That’s bad news for wedding vendors who provide services like videography, photo booths and catering. Samantha Delouya, CNN, 17 Mar. 2024 This person, using drones and an occasional helicopter, creates charter memories with videography, photography, and other content-creation skills. Gemma Harris, Robb Report, 8 Mar. 2024 Ashley said the development of the social media group incubated their ideas and exploration from using camera phones to Mike’s newfound passion for professional photography and videography, leading to the creation of Kickin’ It Media Group, launched by Mike. Rick Mauch, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 29 Feb. 2024 The upper floors will house her other business, Vogue Dreams LLC, which teaches young people self-esteem through the art of fashion, as well as photography and videography skills, and the office of the National Coalition for Healthy Black Families Inc. Tom Daykin, Journal Sentinel, 11 Jan. 2024 Blk Screen Productions offers services such as planning, consultation, script-writing, photography, lighting, videography, cinematography, editing, marketing, distribution and more. Marcus D. Smith, Sacramento Bee, 3 Feb. 2024 While traditional photography and videography still remain a top priority, more couples want to document, via social media, the in-between moments not normally captured. Ivy Manners, New York Times, 10 Jan. 2024

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Word History

First Known Use

1969, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of videography was in 1969

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“Videography.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/videography. Accessed 18 Apr. 2024.

Kids Definition

videography

noun
vid·​e·​og·​ra·​phy ˌvid-ē-ˈäg-rə-fē How to pronounce videography (audio)
: the practice or art of recording images with a video camera
videographer noun
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