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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