An example of cinematography are the decisions made about lighting, camera filters and lenses when shooting a movie scene.
Origin of cinematographyfrom cinematograph, film projector from French cinématographe from Classical Greek kin?ma (gen. kin?matos), motion + graphein, to write
(countable and uncountable, plural cinematographies)
- Traditionally the term "cinematography" referred to working with motion picture film emulsion, but it is now largely synonymous with videography due to the use of digital technology in both fields.
From French cinématographie.