What is a film crew? First of all, a crew is a group of people who work together in the same field, in this case we are going to talk about camera crews. However, there are crews of all kinds: production, postproduction, photography, and so on. Having professionals at your service in this area is very important because knowing that they will respond to any inconvenience that may arise is necessary.
A camera crew is one of the most important ones in any production, mainly because without a camera… there is no production. In this blog post we are going to introduce you to all the roles in a camera crew.
Director of photography (DOP)
Responsible for the camera and lighting crew working on a production, also in charge of making decisions that will influence the quality and aesthetics of the final result.
Their main function is to take care of the recording equipment to obtain perfect shots.
Responsible for the actual media on which the camera shoots, whether film or digital cards.
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Digital Imaging Technician
Controls image quality, on-set color correction and production workflow management.
Specific camera operator using Steadicam equipment.
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Camera production assistant
Assists the camera crew with any necessary tasks. He is there to learn all the previous jobs.
Along with the camera crew, it is important to consider the lighting crew, the gaffer and his assistants.
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