Doors - Videography

Videography

  • No One Here Gets Out Alive (1983)
  • Dance on Fire (1985)
  • Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1987)
  • Live in Europe 1968 (1989)
  • The Doors are Open (1991)
  • The Best of Doors (1997)
  • VH1 Storytellers - The Doors: A Celebration (2001)
  • The Doors – 30 Years Commemorative Edition (2001)
  • Soundstage Performances (2002)
  • Classic Albums: The Doors (2008)
  • When You're Strange (2010)
  • Mr. Mojo Risin': The Story of L.A. Woman (2012)
  • The Doors Live at the Bowl ‘68 (2012)

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Videography

Videography refers to the process of capturing moving images on electronic media (e.g., videotape, direct to disk recording, or solid state storage like a tapeless camcorder) even streaming media. The term includes methods of video production and post-production. It is the equivalent of cinematography, but with images recorded on electronic media instead of film stock.

The word combines "video" from Latin, meaning "I see" or "I apprehend", with the Greek terminal ending "graphy", meaning "to write". Its contemporary sense is rooted in an article titled "Videography" What Does It All Mean? (American Cinematographer, October 1972).

The advent of digital imaging in the late 20th century began to blur the distinction between videography and cinematography. The arrival of computers and the Internet created a global environment where videography covered many more fields than just shooting video with a camera, including digital animation (such as Flash), gaming, web streaming, video blogging, still slideshows, remote sensing, spatial imaging, medical imaging, security camera imaging, and in general the production of most bitmap- and vector-based assets. As the field progresses videographers may produce their assets entirely on a computer without ever involving an imaging device, using software-driven solutions. Moreover, the very concept of sociability and privacy are being reformed by the proliferation of cell-phone and surveillance video cameras, which are spreading at an exceptional rate globally.

A videographer may be the actual camera operator or they may be the person in charge of the visual design of a production (the latter being the equivalent of a cinematographer).

Wedding Videography - History
... Wedding videography can trace its roots back to before the advent of the modern video camera through 8mm and 16mm films ... The early days of professional wedding videography were primitive, with the equipment generally reproducing low image quality ... its earliest days and through the 1980s, Wedding Videography developed a negative reputation of interfering with the festivities it was meant to document ...
Norman A. Kent - Skydiving
... Kent periodically offers aerial videography workshops ... In addition to videography considerations such as lighting, backdrop, and composition, his classes also cover camera suits, canopy openings, and the special safety ...