June 2022 Issue of American Cinematographer

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 The June 2022 issue presents a special focus on Society members’ still photography; a profile piece on Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS and his work on The Batman; a profile on Panavision lens expert Dan Sasaki, recipient of the 2022 Curtis Clark ASC Technical Achievement Award; coverage of the feature Top Gun: Maverick; and a piece on the political documentary Navalny.


  • AC presents a gallery of still photography created by ASC members, with a special focus on people and places.


  • Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS — winner of an ASC Award, Oscar and BAFTA for his work on the sci-fi epic Dune — shares experiences from his past projects and collaborations, and offers an inside look at photographing the recent feature The Batman.


  • Dan Sasaki — Panavision lens expert, ASC associate, and the inaugural recipient of the Curtis Clark ASC Technical Achievement Award — reflects on his impressive career.


  • Cinematographer Claudio Miranda, ASC and director Joseph Kosinski talk with AC about their work on the high-flying Top Gun: Maverick, a sequel to the 1986 feature Top Gun, with a special emphasis on capturing the actors as they engage in genuine aerial fighter-jet maneuvers.


  • Global Village: Cinematographer Niki Waltl, AAC and director Daniel Roher discuss their work on the documentary Navalny, which details the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny and its aftermath.


  • Clubhouse News: The latest bulletins from the Society feature the welcoming of new member Ava Berkofsky and the publication of The Cine Lens Manual, co-authored by ASC associate Jay Holben and Christopher Probst, ASC.


  • Wrap Shot: Two still images photographed by Karl-Walter Lindenlaub, ASC, BVK — one in color and one in black-and-white.

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