Cinematographic Techniques in Biology and Medicine gives a general survey of the many possibilities encompassing the utilization of cinematographic techniques in biomedical laboratory. In general, the book addresses the "how and "why of various cinematographic techniques in the biomedical field.
First, the book describes the various features of cinematographic technique, including the motion picture film, camera, filming, editing, and projection. Then, the concept of television in biology and medicine is described, as the television has become increasingly important in the area of instruction.
This book allows the scientists to gain knowledge on motion picture technology and television, as both techniques can be useful in the biomedical field.