The British Cinematographer

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British Film Institute Publishing, 1996 - Photography - 182 pages
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The British Cinematographer traces the development of the art and craft of the cinematographer in Britain from the first cameraman with their primitive hand-cranked box cameras to the electronic sophistication of the present. Contents include the coming of sound, the impact and subsequent use of colour and the widescreen revolution. The British Cinematographer traces the development of the art and craft of the cinematographer in Britain from the first cameraman with their primitive hand-cranked box cameras to the electronic sophistication of the present. Contents include the coming of sound, the impact and subsequent use of colour and the widescreen revolution.

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Contents

Consolidation in the Studio Era
20
The Impact of Colour and Widescreen Technology
37
New Directions
53
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