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'Style' in new DJI GO app

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by arrankeady, Nov 1, 2015.

  1. arrankeady

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    Which one is contrast? Saturation? Sharpness?
     
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    Sharpness, Contrast, Saturation from left to right.
     
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  4. arrankeady

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    Cheers mate
     
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    cool. i might try custom for still pics. anyone tried 2+ on sharpness? you like it?
     
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    I always use -1 or even -2. That way you don't get the ugly outlines that scream digital.

    You can always sharpen in post.

    I also always shoot log and -1 on contrast and saturation. I feel this gives me the greatest ability to make the videos and photos look best in post. And use RAW in Photos.

    Once sharpened in camera you can't undo the ugly outlines it creates. This is how most pro shooters work with all cameras. Maybe not all but certainly I and all my colleagues do.
     
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    okay il try this! i got a program that adds pics together to make hdr, is the aeb necessary to set to 5 shots? or would 3 do it?
     
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    3 works 5 is better...
     
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    alright. i notice sometimes the shots gets taken at the same exposure.. dunno why it happens
     
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    I've seen a few photog pros on YouTube that say keep all three mostly the negs and then colour correct afterwards, that seems to work pretty good