footage

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footage

1. a length or distance measured in feet
2. 
a. the extent of film material shot and exposed
b. the sequences of filmed material

footage

[′fu̇d·ij]
(engineering)
The extent or length of a material expressed in feet.
(mining engineering)
The number of feet of borehole drilled per unit of time, or that required to complete a specific project or contract.
The payment of miners by the running foot of work.
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In recognition of the exciting potential of this new technology, Saatchi Art, the Saatchi Gallery and Google+ launched the inaugural Motion Photography Prize, with photographers from all over the world celebrating this new creative art form.
Still and motion photography enters everyone's lives through printed publications, movies and television.
Or, in slow motion photography, we find intermediate images of which we would not be conscious when viewing the action at regular speed.
Now, the unique technology of Google+ allows users to automatically animate a series of still photographs and turn them into motion photography.
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