process cinematography

proc′ess cinematog`raphy


n.
cinematography in which the foreground action is superimposed on or combined with a simulated or separately filmed background.
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Much more attention-getting is film's atmosphere, thick with seedy hideouts and nothing-to-lose soldier-of-fortune types, all brought to vivid life via stunning high-key lighting, deep-space compositions, dynamic canted angles and lots of good old-fashioned process cinematography.

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