Who's the person finding and shaping the images we watch? What is she looking for, what is she worrying about, and what are the consequences of her decisions? For the latest Reverse Shot Talkie, documentary filmmaker Kirsten Johnson takes the camera to explore some of the ideas stirred up by her excellent new film, Cameraperson. In this clip, as in her film, Johnson is only fleetingly visible, yet her presence is constant, defining and physically authoring everything we see. While recording for an hour on a single Manhattan street corner, Johnson happens upon another film shoot, scans for people and objects that hold her interest, and talks to Reverse Shot's Eric Hynes and Jeff Reichert about collaborating with directors, feeling grateful for the apparatus, and wanting her film to show viewers that documentaries aren't captured, they're "made."