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As a process, it is closely related to photography. Cinematography involves the framing of a shot, the photographic aspects of a shot and duration of the shot.
Like photography, cinematography is a creative and interpretive process that affects the motion picture as an aesthetic product. A cinematographer frequently has to work together with a director to ensure the artistic coherence of the final product.
Cinematographic effects include sound, lighting, camera angles, and appearance (scenery, costumes, etc.).
- American Society of Cinematographers
- British Society of Cinematographers
- camera operator
- Center for Cinematography
- digital cinema
- director of photography
- film crew
- film formats
- film stock
- film technique
- forced perspective
- Joe Jennings
- photographic film
- video assist
- List of motion picture-related topics
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