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raphaelle gosse

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About raphaelle gosse

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    Cinematographer
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    Paris
  1. Hello everyone I am wondering how they create the colors in this studio? The concept is great , the colors are amazing. I know there is some post production tweaking , and i don't see any shadow on the backdrop.... Please please let me know your thoughts. Thank you so much here is the yt channel and the videos : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2Qw1dzXDBAZPwS7zm37g8g
  2. @ Macks Fiiod we re shooting with an Alexa because the producer could get one for free...;-) Anyway thanks a lot everyone , the flashback scene is taking place in a parc so i think i'll go with a heavy filtration , and the use of some flare. Have a great day !
  3. Hello everyone I am shooting an indie feature soon , and i will have to film a dream sequence and a flashback, and i want the 2 scenes to look very different from each other. I am shooting with Alexa Mini and Cooke S4. It's a low budget so i won't be able to rent any other types of lens such as Super Baltar ( we cant find them in France anyway). For the dream sequence, I'm thinking to smear vaseline on a piece of glass in front of the lens. As for the flashback , I 've hit a wall. I know the editing has a lot to do with it , but visually it has to convey the past. I don't want the sepia look, nor do i want to desaturate it in post. Any ideas on what i could experiment with ? or any flashback scenes that you have seen that look great? Thank you so much again for your help! Cheers Raphaelle from Paris
  4. Bruce Green , what did you invest in? And for how much? thank you for your great input again everyone
  5. thank you so much everyone . What i am looking for right now is lower to mid budget feature film , so owning camera gear seems like a way to go, it would be a door opener it seems.I would go with a RED package. would love to shoot film and own a 16mm package but it will be too hard to sell ...digital is the way
  6. thank you everyone for your input.You guys are right about low budget stuff, i won't get to where i want to be by being cheap.....
  7. i just need a nice camera package, no lighting no sound. The real question is : is it worth it? Do production company and director will have an bigger incentive in hiring me with the gear or not?
  8. i don't have any gear. The next level meaning shooting feature films and more commercials . I would sell myself with the camera , could be a win win situation for me and the production company.
  9. Hello I need advice on the difficult subject of « how to get to the next level ».I was gaffer in NY where i lived for 13,5 years and became a DP when i moved back to France 13 years ago. For the last 13 years i have been working but i feel i am not where i should be. For 3,5 years i shot a very famous french TV serie that is viewed in France more like a tele novella and i think it did me more wrong for my career than good even if i was able to buy myself an apartment with the money i made on it. Now , i don’t work on that anymore and i have been struggling quite a bit. I just did a low budget feature where i don’t even want my name on the credit…. My question : Should i buy myself a camera gear like a RED DRAGON where i will be able to sell myself with and find work in feature film ? I feel like if could sell myself better with my own gear .Calling production company would be much easier. What do you think ? Is it worth it ? would it make a difference ? Any thoughts on this is greatly appreciate. Cheers everyone !
  10. THanks for your advice. i 'll try to cut it down a bit.do you see any shot that are poorly executed or just plain boring? Please let me know, raphaelle
  11. Hey guys. here is my new reel. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. It's less than 2 minutes long. Be honest.Thank you so much http://www.raphaellegossegardet.com/
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