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videography
American English: /ˌvɪdiˈɑɡrəfi/
British English: /vɪdɪˈɒɡrəfi/

Translation of videography in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable
    (arte de filmar videos)
    Example sentences
    • They will have classes in sculpting, painting, photography, music, theatre, contemporary dance, film, and videography, apart from reading, writing, and arithmetic.
    • Barring the lack of a touch-screen like Sony models and the mediocre battery life of one hour with the supplied battery, the Canon is indeed a great buy for anyone serious about their videography.
    • On-site support included a hospitality banquet, equipment expo and finish line videography that ushered finishers into video clips that could be e-mailed to friends and family.

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