camerawork

camerawork

(ˈkæmərəˌwɜːk)
n
1. (Film) the work of a camera operator
2. (Film) the art of operating a camera
Translations

camerawork

[ˈkæmərəˌwɜːk] N (Cine) → manejo m de la cámara

camerawork

[ˈkæmrəˌwɜːk] nriprese fpl
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The sound is fantastic, the camerawork dynamic without being intrusive, and the 18,000 crowd are having one gigantic party as the Followills rip through classics such as Sex On Fire, Charmer, On Call and Be Somebody.
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