Schärfe

Italian translation: mettere a fuoco / focalizzare

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German term or phrase:Schärfe
Italian translation:mettere a fuoco / focalizzare
Entered by: Maria Elisa Albanese

11:07 Feb 3, 2011
German to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Cinema, Film, TV, Drama
German term or phrase: Schärfe
Der Regisseur flüstert mit väterlich Miene, während der Maskenbildner an einer Haarsträhne pusselt "Konnen wir?" ruft der Regisseur über seine Schulter.
"Moment noch" brabbelt der Kameramann.
"Schärfe" sagt der hinter der Kamera sitzende Schwenker zum zweiten Assistenten.

primo provino di Romy Schneider, quindi siamo negli anni 50. Immagino sia un termine specifico della preparazione alle riprese tipo "Motore, azione".
Maria Elisa Albanese
Italy
Local time: 13:12
mettere a fuoco / focalizzare
Explanation:
Da es sich um eine Kamera handelt,
denk ich es geht um´s Scharfstellen der Einstellung

ich weiss nicht, ob in Italien der Kürze halber einfach
"Fuoco" gesagt wird,
sonst würde ich es als Aufforderung ausdrücken

metti a fuoco!
oder in nur einem Wort
focalizza!
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Joan Hass
Germany
Local time: 13:12
Grading comment
grazie a Danila!
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mettere a fuoco / focalizzare


Explanation:
Da es sich um eine Kamera handelt,
denk ich es geht um´s Scharfstellen der Einstellung

ich weiss nicht, ob in Italien der Kürze halber einfach
"Fuoco" gesagt wird,
sonst würde ich es als Aufforderung ausdrücken

metti a fuoco!
oder in nur einem Wort
focalizza!

Joan Hass
Germany
Local time: 13:12
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
Grading comment
grazie a Danila!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Danila Moro: o messa a fuoco!
2 mins
  -> grazie Danila

agree  Marruccelli
44 mins
  -> grazie Marruccelli

agree  Zerlina
3 hrs
  -> grazie, Zerlina
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