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Kirsten Johnson on location (Photo Credit: Kim Shelton)
Kirsten Johnson on location (Photo Credit: Kim Shelton)
Introduction to Digital Camera Technology

The Studio at B&H welcomes New York Women in Film & Television to an Introduction to Digital Camera Technology sponsored by Sony.

Featured speakers are Michel Suissa, Managing Director, Professional Solutions The Studio - B&H, Adam Kopelman, B&H Pro Sony SpecialistJuan Martinez, Senior Product Manager, Sony ProfessionalFernando Villegas, Creative Producer at HBO Sports and CEO of Cutting Post, and award-winning cinematographer Kirsten Johnson (Citizenfour, The Oath, The Invisible War). Discussion will explore the main differences between price points, video verses film, and the advantages of each camera. A Q&A and a hands-on session with the cameras will follow the presentation. Refreshments will be served.

Kirsten Johnson
is a cinematographer with over 25 years of experience. She has traveled to over 86 countries for her work. Her credits include Citizenfour and The Oath (Dir: Laura Poitras), The Invisible War and Derrida (Dir: Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering), Pray the Devil Back to Hell (Dir: Gini Reticker, Prod: Abby Disney), 1971 (Dir: Johanna Hamilton), Farenheit 9/11 (Dir: Michael Moore), Profit and Nothing But! and Fatal Assistance (Dir: Raoul Peck). Johnson is currently working on A Blind Eye, using footage from documentaries she has shot over the years for other projects examining how her work as a cinematographer has impacted the people she has filmed and changed the way that she herself sees.



 

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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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