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Digital Cinematography

Digital Cinematography – Shooting movies with digital cameras – not film. This growing practice generally makes use of cameras designed specifically for the purpose. These differ from the television application in that the full range of brightness captured by the image sensors is offered at the output as raw data, allowing color grading, format changes, etc. to be executed as a part of the digital intermediate process. Television cameras are designed to work live, and so they include front-end processing for gamma correction, set-up for the required color look and clipping to suit home viewing conditions.