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  1. 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
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