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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While Matisse and Duchamp each did this in his own way, both men repeated objects several times to make them appear as though they were moving--as in motion photography.
He created a rapid-fire sliding shutter mechanism in the side of a purpose-built shack - an old-fashioned version of stop motion photography - and on June 15, 1878, before the assembled press, set off 12 cameras in rapid succession in less than half a second.
He photographs in fast motion photography in order to make their smallest movements crystal clear.
Still and motion photography enters everyone's lives through printed publications, movies and television.

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