Camera Pros Set to Take the Stage at the Entertainment Technology Expo

Two of the Expo's most popular sessions will be led by leading camera operators

The third annual “How’d You Get That Shot@!?,” sponsored by the Society of Camera Operators, features two craftsmen with notable work under their belts. Stephen Campanelli, SOC, whose work includes “Seven Psychopaths” and the upcoming “Gangster Squad,” will be joined by Daniel Gold, SOC, who has worked with Clint Eastwood for 18 years on such projects as “J. Edgar” and “Gran Torino.”

imageBoth men will offer insider tips and techniques and describe their experiences working in such a colorful, turbulent industry. The session takes place on Wednesday, November 7th at 3:00 p.m.

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At Gear Alley, two experienced professionals will be providing hands-on demonstrations of cranes, dollies, rigs, lighting and more in three special “Shoulder To Shoulder” sessions. Christopher Tufty, SOC, will handle the session on Wednesday, November 7th at 4:30 p.m. Tufty is the current president of the Society of Camera Operators, and his work includes “Boomtown” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

Eddie Barber, Emmy®-award winning camera operator and inventor, will present two sessions: one on Wednesday, November 7, at 2:00 p.m; and the next on Thursday, November 8, at 1:00 p.m.

All sessions take place at the Entertainment Technology Expo at the Burbank Marriott, November 7-8, 2012. Registration is free and gives you full access to seminars and panels, the Wednesday evening reception and a large exhibit hall. Register Today

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Steve Taylor

Steve Taylor

Steve Taylor is Founder & Senior Creative Director at Digital Spatula. A boutique media and interactive production company in the Los Angeles area. After graduating from Cal State Long Beach with a degree in Radio/TV/Film in 1991, Steve went on to found Digital Spatula where he expanded his area of expertise to include interactivity and motion graphics. As the internet and mobile devices developed into a large-scale high efficiency distribution system, Digital Spatula added new techniques and tools to bring to the table for their clients’ projects.

Steve and his colleagues at Digital Spatula have done work for some of thee largest companies and organizations in the US and abroad including Honda/Acura, UPS, M&M Mars, Harper Collins, CNN, Adobe, Fox Television, and Showtime just to name a few.

We provide full interactive and media productions services including app design/development, full video production services, graphics design and animation, and audio production. Most of our work is utilized on the web or on mobile devices, leveraging the power of media to tell a story, educate, or promote a cause. Using rich visuals and interactivity, our goal for every project is for the user to connect with the material in a compelling and dynamic way.