off-camera


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off-camera

adj
(Broadcasting) out of the range of a TV or film camera

off′-cam′era



adj.
2. not intended to be filmed or recorded by a camera, esp. a TV camera: off-camera remarks.
adv.
3. out of the range of the camera.
[1960–65]
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Now, six years after Philbin parted ways with the morning talk show, Ripa is speaking out about the true nature of their off-camera relationship, revealing they didn't really have one.
Though 19-year-old Filipino-German (who is spending her gap year before college in the Philippines) was quiet and timid off-camera, her gentle personality would prove to be her strong suit.
Three seconds later Declan is said to be standing over Mr Hehir, who is just off-camera, and the officer said: "You could clearly see the knife in the right hand of Declan Gray and he stabs on two occasions towards the person I believe to be Morgan Hehir, one from the side and one coming down.
REALITY star Vicky Pattison has revealed she often has a good cry off-camera.
London, Feb 14 ( ANI ): Bruce Jenner is reportedly quitting his family reality TV show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' as he wishes to spend more time with his children Kylie, Kendall, Brandon and Brody off-camera.
She is rarely off-camera and is a potent mixture of confidence and vulnerability, falling in love with Edmond during her visit to see cousins.
He added that the boss refuses to talk to contestants off-camera.
our sense is that ALP is doing a very good work," the Pentagon Press Secretary, George Little, told reporters during an off-camera gaggle.
Barry Staver's MASTER'S GUIDE TO OFF-CAMERA FLASH: PROFESSIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHERS (9781608952489, $34.
The art of off-camera flash photography; techniques and images from professional digital photographers.
The hearing was to be held off-camera unlike the first two sessions which saw Mubarak appearing in court bound to a stretcher and caged, in gripping images broadcast live on television.
I WOULD like to thank Davy Russell for his post-race care of the Grand National winner Ballabriggs - and indeed thank everyone else who did similar good work off-camera.