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GUILLAUME AMOSSE
Guillaume Amossé is a french production designer.
Over the years, he worked alongside many directors, including Antoine Bardou Jacquet, Grant Heslov, Johnny Green, Sébastian Strasser, Daniel Barber, among others.
His photographic work revolves around two trends.
The first is a realistic, documentary style approach,
The second approach is more dreamlike, and questions the notion of time.
And that questioning, in the manner of Von Clausewitz’s reflection on war, could also be : "Is photography dreaming of itself?"
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CYRIL BESNARD
Cyril is a french editor and works for commercials , feature films and series.
His approach to photography is mainly sensory and tactile. he's fascinated by analogue cameras.He loves the way they feel, the sounds they make when you take a picture. To turn the focus ring. Snap. The contact with the interface between reality and perception. 
All of that is quite instinctive. Nothing is premeditated in the way he tackles an image.
By juxtaposing images and their sequencing, he enjoys creating time lapse between two photos in order to induce meaning. he's fascinated by the fact that one image infects another.
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JULIAN BILL HOHNDORF
Julian Bill Hohndorf is a german director of photography. He started with photography in his early teens. His father being a photographer working in fashion and advertising played a great role in this too
After being awarded with a couple of local awards in his hometown Düsseldorf while still in his teens, the decision was made. He then started working in both, film and photo studios.
In his photography, he's mostly trying to document people and their surroundings, staying true as possible to the things found. Searching for a look that could be either called 'heightend reality' or maybe 'hyper realism'.
Collaborations with filmdirectors such as Sebastian Strasser, Martin Aamund, Bart Timmer and Gary Freedman and others, allowed him to apply a similar approach in his filmwork.
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DAVID CAILLEY
David Cailley is a french cinematographer
"Photography is about researching the frame, light and colours.
I think I am particularly attracted to empty spaces, places where elements collide and take on an emblematic appearance in the presence of a particular light.
Dusk and dawn are special moments for that because they give us the only opportunities during the day to balance daylight and artificial light. This is the start of a struggle of contrasts between day and night.
These settings then begin to tell us about solitude, abandonment, scale or shelter.
So even the most trivial location can become an archetypal image. "
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REMY CHEVRIN
Rémy Chevrin is a french director of photography
"To extend my photographic work in film... towards life itself.
To express a vision through many experiences lived abroad.
To breathe in the earth, its colour, its smells, but also its numerous fruits that touch me.
To live.
 After many years spent travelling the world between fiction films and advertising, I felt the need, in a very unpredictable way, to move on peacefully in order to better appreciate the world and its rhythm, but also its madness and excesses. Photography, the strength of the fixed image, forever immobile, tells stories that escape us and of which we don’t know much except that they belong to a man, a woman or an object... So it’s about trying to understand and to appreciate each and everyone’s feelings... This approach reassures me and I love sharing it..."
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RAY COATES
While working as a director of photography Ray Coates travelled extensively and had the opportunity to discover many fascinating stories. He developped his personal projects before venturing into the music video industry, which in the 2000s, and especially in London, played a major part in the audiovisual industry. The music sector is great Practice because it enables you to explore various techniques while having the freedom to improvise and create.  He currently lives between London and Saint-Malo, where he dedicates himself mainly to shooting advertising films.
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JOE COOK
Joe is an english director of photography. He has shot award winning commercials with talents and international production companies including Blink, Somesuch & Co, Iconoclast, Partizan and Directors such as Luc Janin, Jamie Muir, Sarah Chatfield, Thomas Bryant among others.
" A photograph must often stand alone and tell the story in one decisive moment, whereas a film allows you to develop and show a scene over time through many shots.".
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SYLVESTRE DEDISE
Sylvestre Dedise is a french director of photography. he has developed his own sensibility, which he combines with his technique in order to highlight the imagination of the directors he works with.
Photography, beyond its artistic nature, allows him to express his own sensibilities. It has become a necessity, a way to find himself . Alone with his devices that become his pens, he immortalizes the moment and makes his own stories. He likes to mix various media, likes the texture of analogue photography, the instantaneousness of a smartphone, the imperfection of a polaroid or the versatility of digital photography.
He lets his emotions guide him.
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BRUNO DELBONNEL
Bruno Delbonnel is a french cinematographer, who lives in Paris, and has international recognition thanks to his work with Tim Burton, Alexandre Sokourov, the Coen brothers and Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
He was nominated 4 times at the Academy Awards for best cinematography, and has been awarded many prizes worldwide.
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ISABELLE DUMAS
Isabelle Dumas has been a cinematographer for several years for feature films and adverts.
"A shoot is often like a steamroller that leaves very little time for thinking. Photography then becomes a necessary work, a sort of escape to nourish my work as a cinematographer.
The questions remain the same but the absence of constraints (of time, space, etc...) in photography, in the way I practise it, allows me to multiply the possibilities.
It is also a moment of solitude, of wanderlust and dreaming.The image can once again be too light, too dark, too blurry… A moment of uncertainty where I am once again free to delve into my childhood questionings: Do the clouds really guide the elephants? Is man a moth? Is the ant happy to be so small in the field?"
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DAVID FOULKES
David Foulkes is a director of photography.
"As a photographer my work often features seemingly empty urban spaces. . Although I often shoot in-between places shaped by urban human society, the natural world is always present in my work — primarily through my commitment to natural light. I would always rather shape natural light, rather than create it artificially.
I am drawn to crepuscular times of day . Again I rely on the natural world to provide streaks of colour. Despite being comfortable with both documentarian and artistic commissions, my favoured style is to create an evocative image, by the most effective means necessary."
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NICOLAS GAURIN
Nicolas Gaurin is a cinematographer.
"In 1978, I received a Kodak instamatic, a beginning. The first photos will pave the way for my journey. As a child, I would photograph the world around me, Lego constructions sitting on my window sill or my grandmother from the back, walking down the street taken from the living room window.
Photography allows me to partly keep my own outlook, a part of childhood, free of any professional constraint.
Photography is a way for me to venture off the beaten path. It allows me to slip away at any time, in total freedom. I don’t necessarily look to make a photograph with a unique lighting, even if I’m sensitive to that, but it’s more about capturing an instant of everyday life, which bears no great importance and yet becomes essential in photographic form.”
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STUART GRAHAM
Stuart graham is a director of photography.
When he does get the chance to pick up his stills camera he find it very satisfying and whether it’s on a Scout for a commercial, a photo of his family or just something that catches his eye, he gives the image the same amount of love and attention.
His work as a DP has been informed by his photography work and he sees the two as a combined art. He shoot on various cameras, both old and new, use too many lenses to count and create far too many terabytes of images for his hard drive to handle. His influences today are still the photographers that he studied at 16 years old, photography is a constant, timeless thing…
He feels a lucky guy to have found it and make a living with it.
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CHRISTOPHE GUYON
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ADAM KIMMEL
Adam is an american cinematographer.
The highlights of which are Capote with Director Bennett Miller which was nominated for 5 Academy awards and an Independent Spirit awards for best Cinematography.
He was also nominated at the Independent Sprit awards for "Never let me go" directed by Mark Romanek.
"I love when the world conspires to create something beautiful and chooses to include me - and a camera"
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ALEX LAMARQUE
Alex Lamarque is a french cinematographer.
He received his first photo camera at 8 years old, a Kodak 6x6 made of bakelite, found in an old family cupboard. At 12 years old he bought his first Reflex camera.
Alex then discovered and taught himself about photography. He created a black and white lab with his friends.
"Black is the queen of colours. It absorbs them all. It empties space and redefines the frame, from which appears only what we want to show...
I don’t believe in defined formats. I think each subject has its own adequate frame, size and ratio. It is a totally arbitrary balance, but it eventually displays a sort of appropriateness."
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FRANZ LUSTIG
Franz Lustig, is a german director of photography
The base for all his work is how he sees the world through is eyes and interprets everyday images.. Photography does exactly that.
Capturing a moment of time and a place where you can always go back to. Every picture is a little movie to him.
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LAURENT MACHUEL
Laurent Machuel is a french cinematographer.
To avoid military service, in 1982, Laurent Machuel left to work as a development aid volunteer in Khartoum, Sudan. Over there, he became friends with a few adventurers who made him discover and love the wide open spaces of the Nubian desert.
he travelled alone throughout Africa (Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda...) to take photographs. In 1992, he shot his first feature film as a cinematographer: "Sidestroke" by Xavier Durringer.
"Africa has always fascinated me.
When I’m there, I feel as if I’m in the cradle of the world and that time is infinite.
These photos were taken during my first trip dedicated to photography at the end of the 1980s."
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KHALID MOHTASEB
Khalid Mohtaseb is an american director of photography.
Khalid was born in Doha, Qatar and moved to the US at the age of nine. This significant cultural shift enabled him to see the world from a completely unique perspective.
Photography & Cinematography soon became the backbone to communicate his vision to the rest of the world. His fascination with lighting and its power to influence someones emotion is what he finds to be most inspiring.
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DAVID NISSEN
David Nissen is a french cinematographer
His shootings in France and abroad (Asia, United States...) are always an opportunity for him to train his photographic eye by making personal and intimate photographic series. During his lonely travels, he wanders off to places that have a story to tell or to make up. The very few human beings featured in his work take on the appearance of movie characters, whose enigmatic thoughts we’d like to know.
"To contemplate is essential when you’re a photographer. To walk, to drive, while listening to music are ways for me to become inspired.
Cinematographer and photographer are my two professions: two passions that intertwine and feed off each other. It’s about writing a story with light."
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MATHIEU PLAINFOSSE
Mathieu Plainfossé is a french cinematographer.
His interest for photography gradually grew as he was doing his job, travelling, spotting locations and shooting films.
"My photographic work is nowadays mainly based on the instant.
I’m attracted by the graphics of a setting, a situation between people or a light effect.
I’m not making it, I’m seeing it.
Perfection in framing used to seem crucial to me, but nowadays I’m seduced by faults
as long as the photo expresses something or tells a story..."
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MAXIME POZZI - GARCIA
Maxime Pozzi Garcia is a french editor.
"My first passion has always been cinema, the second is architecture. Unconsciously I combined these two universes by becoming one of the "film architects" as a movie editor. Recently I wanted to go back to basics by taking pictures of brutalist architectures to catch their graphic, timeless and science fictional dimension.
Exploring this brutal beauty allows me to walk back in time and through the remains of what could have been another civilization, yet so close to our everyday life. Now, I try to emphasize the human beings who have learned to live in this unique environment."
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WILL RED
Will red is a duo composed by Sylvie Landra who is a french editor and Fred Garson who is a french director.
"How do we perceive what surrounds us? People in the street, landscapes, situations, hidden or obvious messages, left on walls, benches or doors. Stories we can think of when looking at them. Whether we’re outlandish or mindful, we are attracted by different things within a single location. We often perceive the same event in different ways.
Each image has a story, and that story continues its evolution through time."
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