Billy Bitzer – HIS STORY (1973) – PDF electronic format

 

Billy Bitzer – HIS STORY (1973) – PDF electronic format

Johann Gottlieb Wilhelm Bitzer— Billy Bitzer to the film world—was one of the first and greatest men to stand behind a movie camera. The early Biograph films, one of the high marks in the history of photography, were his work. Bitzer, who was at Biograph before D. W. Griffith, taught the novice director and learned from him; together they made an unbeatable team. With Griffith, Bitzer went on to the superb, Brady-like Civil War camera work of The Birth of a Nation, the spectacular photography of Intolerance, and later triumphs.

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