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Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by abobroff8, Jan 2, 2016.
Check out this edit I made. It was my third flight with my new p3s
Not mad considering the white balance was off and too dark.
Yeah it was really hard to get the settings right because there is so much white and blue and turning it up just made it look like yellow snow. I messed with all the settings and this was the bet I could do.
So why didn't you adjust it in post? Contrast, brightness, exposure and white balance should be available even in basic editing software today..
I did i was using d-log when i shouldn'tve
I have no knowledge of what d-log is. What video editing system are you using?
You did good and you will get the your settings down
Cool vid. Are you using any ND filters on the camera?
D-log is sort of a neutral camera color setting in the Go app.
Video itself was good but would recommend changing the camera exposure setting to compensate for the bright sun and sand. You may even want to fly early in am or late in pm to help with the sun and shadowing. Pro photographers use the light at right times of the day for their advantage. It'll take some time but so will you. Enjoy flying and learning.
Also, try 1080p/60fps. Vid's will be smoother than that.
D-log is a type of color that the camera shoots. Basically there is no color correction. it stays undersaturated and not vibrant so that it is easier to correct in a video editing software
No. But i should probably get some.
I use 24fps because it gets better video quality and is more cinematic. Almost all movies are at 24fps. I will use higher fps for slo mo but usually I don't need slo mo for phantom footage
Does Anyone have specific video setting for shooting in snow?