Cinematography (from Spanish: cine short of the word cinematografía) is a technique used to project an image or photograph in a fast-paced form and sequentially create the impression of a sculpture shown in a video or film or film. . The concept of the film is called the English film. This term includes motion pictures, the field of film as an art form, and the motion picture industry. Films are made by recording images from the world through cameras, or creating images using animation techniques or special effects.
The word "cine" in Spanish (from Winaray "sinehan") is still the name given to the places or theaters where movies are shown. The word “cine” itself comes from the Greek “kiné”, which means “left”.
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