TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «KINEMATOGRAPHY»
The term «kinematography» is barely ever used and occupies the 197.235
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KINEMATOGRAPHY»
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Film and Attraction: From Kinematography
André Gaudreault argues that Edison and the Lumières did not invent cinema; they invented a device. Explaining how this device, the kinematograph, gave rise to cinema is the challenge he sets for himself in this volume.
André Gaudreault, Jacques Malthête, 2011
The Handbook of Kinematography
, the History, Theory, and ...
Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
A Companion to Early Cinema
company had contributed to the emergence of another kind of kinematography: “
The Pathé brothers, convinced that a complete transformation of itinerant
exhibitions must result from this discovery, resolved to industrialize this invention,
André Gaudreault, Nicolas Dulac, Santiago Hidalgo, 2012
A History of Early Film
NATURAL HISTORY KINEMATOGRAPHY. While micro-kinematography and tele
-kinematography largely depend upon the skilled use of extra attachments to the
kinematograph camera, there is a field of the art of motion picture making ...
Simple Highspeed Kinematography
of Nano-Second Exposure
Series of nanoflashes with adequate light for photographic observation of nonluminous particles of minute size were obtained in transparent and reflecting light by application of dc-voltage to the light source.
Heinz J. Fischer, Albert Fritzsche, Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories (U.S.), 1964
A Technological History of Motion Pictures and Telivision
Early. Stages. of. Kinematography. Summary.— The author, wlio presided over
the meeting af the Photographic Convention of the United Kingdom at Chester,
England, in 1890, describes some of the work of E. J. Marey, Muybridge, Friese ...
Simple Methods and Instrumentation for Very Short Exposure, ...
The high voltage discharge of a pulsed light source with coaxial capacitor and extremely low inductance (Fischer-Nanolite) was employed successfully for ultra-short-time exposure of rapidly changing phenomena in the boundary layer of two ...
F. N. SCHEUBEL, A. Fritzsche, H. Wendt, 1965
Kinematograph Studio Technique: A Practical Outline of the ...
Having now generally determined the photographic properties of light and
considered the function of the lens, we may proceed to study the means whereby
both are put to practical use for the purpose of kinematography. CHAPTER VIII
American Cinema, 1890-1909: Themes and Variations
These two developments were the most emblematic of the transformations—
mutations, we might say—taking place in the newborn world of kinematography
in the early years of the century. The importance of the chase film has by now
Living Pictures: The Origins of the Movies
... the dramatic event fixed him for half a century in the British imagination as "the
first inventor" of "commercial kinematography," to quote his imposing gravestone.
The subject of a lauditory biography by Ray Allister, and then the central figure ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «KINEMATOGRAPHY»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term kinematography
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... this inscription stood out as I walked along neighbouring Swain's Lane: 'The grave of William Friese Greene, the inventor of kinematography'. «Crosswhatfields?, Jan 13»
Nic Roeg and the lost visionaries of British cinema
British film pioneer William Friese-Greene is called, on his memorial stone in Highgate cemetery, "The Inventor of Kinematography". Whether or ... «Independent, Mar 11»