Is It Worth To Color Grade Your Video In Post ? | FLAT PICTURE PROFILE TEST

in dcooperation •  2 months ago


Hey Creators!

Trying something new today, wanted to see if it's really worth the hassle of shooting in FLAT picture profile and then color grading in post production..

WHAT YOU THINK ?

My Gear:

Canon 77D Camera
Canon 10-18mm F4.5-5.6 IS Lens
Canon 50mm f1.8 STM Lens
Canon 24mm F2.8 STM Lens
Huawei Y7 2018
Gitup Git2 Action Cam
SIRUI 3T- 35R Tripod
Joby Gorilla Pod
Rode Video Micro Mic
Blue Yeti Mic
SIRUI T2205X Tripod
XBox One Controller
Manfrotto 190GO Tripod
Manfrotto MVH500AH Fluid Head

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You are right! In graded footage, you have got all the details on the walls and the plants. The sky is still overexposed but there are one or two clouds which are invisible in other footages. I think BMD Resolve could handle it a little bit better.

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Thanks man!
Yeah the graded footage looks way sharper and accurate, I like it more. Maybe next time i'll use less exposure to preserve more image detail and fix it in post production!
I'm using premiere pro, Don't know if i can make the switch to Resolve after i learned so much in premiere..

Thanks !

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Resolve is really easy. You can import Premiere Pro sequence into it and make only pro-grading. And it's free - try it :)