I promise I’ll have a real post up for you all soon, but until then here are my latest musing on film making. It might not be my usual “Out of the Way Place” post, but the film and photos are still very close to me.
From majestic cliffs to serene lakes, “La Vie Nous Appartient” is a cinematographer’s dream. Even so the beautiful settings present their own series of obstacles that make shooting this film a particular challenge. The most obvious difficulty is that the whole film is shot outdoors. That means being at the mercy of the weather, an element beyond our control, and coping with noisy planes overhead (director Alex Lee’s least favorite set intruder).
Today we had a new challenge, which was to film in the extremely low light of a cave. A major obstacle to photography
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