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Header image for article Discussions of Technology and Craft at AbelCine's 25 Year Event in LA

Discussions of Technology and Craft at AbelCine's 25 Year Event in LA

Last month we celebrated our 25th anniversary as a company with a party at our LA location. Over 400 people attended the event, which included raffles, a silent auction, a Phantom Photo Booth, lunch and a bar, as well as a number of panel discussions on different topics, from technology to craft.

For those who weren't able to attend (or for those who'd like to revisit one of their favorites), we recorded some of the panels and made them available to watch below.

Panel Discussion: 25 Years of Camera and Lens Advancements

Panelists:

Suny Behar -- Director/Cinematographer

Bill Bennett, ASC -- Cinematographer

Michelle DeLorimier -- Digital Imaging Technician

Rob Givens -- Cinematographer

Robert Primes -- Cinematographer

Moderator: Moe Shore -- Director of Advanced Imaging, AbelCine  

Panel Discussion: Camera Movement -- Steadicams, Gimbals, Drones & The Future

Panelists:

Gus Calderon -- Founder/CEO, IsisCopter

Kenji Luster -- Camera/Steadicam Operator

Chris McKechnie -- Cinematographer/Editor

Lucien Miller -- Owner, Innov8tive Designs

Rich Moriarty -- MōVI Operator/Camera Assistant

Charles Papert -- Cinematographer

Robert Rodriguez -- Society of Aerial Cinematographers

Moderator: Andy Shipsides -- Director of Education, AbelCine  

Practical VFX with Phantom High-Speed

Speaker: Brendan Bellomo -- Director

Moderator: Jamie Alac -- Digital Cinema Specialist, AbelCine  

Paranormal Activity: Shooting Low Light with the a7S

Speaker: John Rutland -- Cinematographer

Moderator: Brandon Zachary -- West Coast Rental Manager, AbelCine  

Panel Discussion: Shooting Non-Scripted with Canon Cameras

Panelists:

Shana Hagen -- Cinematographer

Sandra Chandler -- Cinematographer

Kief Davidson -- Director

Senain Kheshgi -- Director/Producer

David Kirkeby -- Cinematographer

Steven Liang -- Director

Moderator: Andy Shipsides -- Director of Education, AbelCine

(Watch the trailer for Open Heart that Kief mentions in the video: http://openheartfilm.com/trailer/)

Our New York City event will take place on Saturday, December 6th.

Claire Orpeza
Community Manager, AbelCine NY

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