Definition of Motion-picture photography
1. Noun. The act of making a film.
Generic synonyms: Photography, Picture Taking
Specialized synonyms: Take, Animation
Derivative terms: Cinematographer, Film, Film
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Literary usage of Motion-picture photography
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pictorial Photography: Its Principles and Practice by Paul Anderson (1917)
"... CHAPTER XIX MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY THE term which we frequently hear applied to motion pictures, that is, moving pictures, is a misnomer, ..."
2. Motion Picture Directing: The Facts and Theories of the Newest Art by Peter Milne, New York institute of photography (1922)
"... KINDRED SUBJECTS Motion Picture Photography By CARL LOUIS GREGORY, FRPS Formerly Chief Instructor in Cinematography, Signal Corp« School of Photography, ..."
3. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1916)
"Reference has been made to the recent development of motion-picture photography. Motion-pictures are at present ..."
4. Books Added: Five-year Cumulation of the Book Bulletin of the Chicago Public ...by Chicago Public Library by Chicago Public Library (1916)
"Motion Picture Photography Abrahams, A. The photography of moving objects and hand-camera work for advanced workers. 1911. ..."
5. The Dramatic Index for ...: Covering Articles and Illustrations Concerning edited by Anne C. Sutherland, Frederick Winthrop Faxon, Mary Estella Bates (1916)
"Motion picture photography. Future development of. EA Dench. Photo. T. 47: 35O-2, ... motion-picture photography for the " press." С : I. Reid. Am. Photog. ..."
6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"... destroyed two of the American warships, has been a photographer ever since and became a master of the art, especially in motion picture photography. ..."