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Director of Photography a job presentation by Abby Green
The director of photography is in charge of lighting and filming on the set of a movie, documentary or television show. They are in charge of all cinematography and are the second most important person on a set behind the director.
Being a director of photography is a difficult job. A director of photography or DOP as they are often called on large film set work in all kinds of conditions including varied climates and locations. DOPs are hired on a project to project basis and their hours are often long and irregular. There is typically a lot of stress on a DOP due to meeting strict deadlines. A DOP may also have to carry photography equipment and thus must be physically capable as well.
A DOPs salary varies depending on how experienced they are and the job they're working among other factors.On average a director of photography may make between 13 to 300 million a year.However this may vary from project to project for a DOP.
To become a director of photography the amount of education you would need varies from job to job but most employment opportunities for DOPs require at least a bachelors degree in either film or cinematography.It is wise to begin gathering filming experience while still in school and build your portfolio.
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