By Stephen Schweickart
To get the best results, the footage you capture needs to be as flat as possible. This means no fancy filters or saturated camera settings. Each brand of camera is different, so test your settings until you find the ideal profile setting. Don’t think that you can just ignore everything I’ve taught you so far– lighting still matters! Producing everything “in camera” is still your ultimate goal, and each situation you shoot may require a different setting as a result.
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