“Working with these cameras under the expert instruction of professional faculty provides NYFA photography students with a chance to master elite gear used by the top photographers in the world,” states program Department Chair Brian Dilg.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
The New York Film Academy Photography School announces the acquisition of state-of-the-art digital camera systems: Hasselblad H5D-60 at its New York campus and Phase One IQ160 at its Los Angeles campus. Featuring 60 megapixels in sensors 60% larger than 35mm-style DSLR cameras, extraordinary dynamic range, and the sharpest lenses available, these cameras have unprecedented image quality in a portable, handheld camera, producing images that are natively 22x30” (57x76cm) at print resolution.
“Working with these cameras under the expert instruction of professional faculty provides NYFA photography students with a chance to master elite gear used by the top photographers in the world,” states program Department Chair Brian Dilg. “It is an unprecedented opportunity to produce stunning images while mastering state of the art tools that would otherwise be completely inaccessible to most people, giving students a chance to launch themselves into the professional world with the confidence to compete in today’s marketplace.”
These acquisitions give New York Film Academy students the opportunity to shoot with medium format digital cameras, as well as with large format view cameras with digital backs.
New York Film Academy (NYFA) offers students an innovative curriculum, award-winning instructors and access to professional equipment. The New York Film Academy is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The New York Film Academy has three year-round campuses, New York, Los Angeles and Abu Dhabi, and offers MFA and BFA degrees in addition to a large variety of hands-on short-term workshops and long-term programs in filmmaking, acting, photography, musical theater, 3D animation, broadcast journalism, and game design.
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If you’d like more information, or to schedule an interview with someone at New York Film Academy, please contact Evan Leone at 212-344-4430, or email eleone(at)nyfa(dot)edu.