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Cinematography a Science?[edit]

Cinematography is not a science. It's an art, a collection of techniques, it's a lot of other beautiful things, but not science. It's like saying cooking or playing the guitar or engineering are science, they are not. Claiming cinematography is a science is just plain wrong. It only makes both scientists and cinematographers unhappy. Srrwiki (talk) 23:28, 7 December 2016 (UTC)srrwiki

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No evaluation[edit]

Dear writer,

The article lights many aspects of cinematography, but it has no links to people evaluating the merit of cinematography. I am of 1950 so have had many years. This brought me the impression that cinematography is regarded as a "secondhand" method to tell a story. Theater was more appreciated but I am afraid it has now also lost it's quality. Something to start with? (talk) 21:53, 9 July 2018 (UTC)