cinematography


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The problems of Kyrgyz cinematography should be addressed in the written form, as the area lacks modern special equipment to prevent piracy and equipment for the development of cinema, the Minister said.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 Global Digital Broadcast and Cinematography Cameras Market Demand Saturation Slows Total Market; But Cinema Propels Product Innovation and Revenue Growth: The total digital broadcast and cinematography cameras market is in a mature phase and exhibited negligible annual growth in 2012.
It really helps me to know more about cinematography," said Roselin Thokchom, a participant.
As the Georgian National Centre of Cinematography reported on Friday, according to the requirements of the Academy Awards, the film applicant has to be shown in the country's cinemas continuously for seven days from October 2012 to September 30, 2013.
The cinematography is amazing, everything is shot very well and the 3D is put to good use with scenes such as the lavish parties working extremely well, with the streamers, balloons and party revellers all having a good field of depth.
Les Miserables is nominated for Best Film, Outstanding British Film, Cinematography, Production Design, Costume Design, Make Up & Hair and Sound.
The number of states that had decided to attend the Baghdad International Cinematography Festival, scheduled to convene in Baghdad October 3-10, shall exceed 30 states.
Storaro has had such incomparable influence on cinematography.
His evocative use of music and cinematography often leaves one breathless, but ultimately he doesn't seem to know when to just let the actors.
From game construction and collision detection to good audio, cinematography, and realistic terrain developments, START YOUR ENGINES covers the process from beginning to end, culling tips from leading 3D game programmers and applying them to racing models.
Especially recommended reading for cinematography students, connoisseurs and critics, and college libraries and references shelves.
Aided by the excellent cinematography of Michel Brault, we see the world through Benoit's eyes, including his first encounters with sex and death.
Cinematography as such did not suggest a choice to be made between the imaginary space of the studio and the seamless actuality of the documentary approach.
Streep's performance is matched only by the scenery and Pollack's cinematography and direction in a story that builds as sure and subtly as Streep's accent.
Yet the film reworks the hood films' emphasis on "real" space (real streets and street signs, and the calling out of specific urban areas, for example) by constructing a space that is concurrently real (shot on location) and manufactured (announced by the self-referentiality of the film's editing, camera movement, cinematography, and mise-en-scene).