guide to colour grading and lighting

Whilst using this i made sure that i stuck to this, i used different lighting techniques but especially used natural light in most of my shots. This video at 2:19 states that natural lighting is always the best. I do agree with this as the images came out more clearer and it wasn’t too warm toned. When in premier and imovie, colour grading i did find extremely hard in premier, but after piecing the first scene together i managed to get a good pattern going. in getting and balancing warm and dark tones footage. One shot i took which was essential to put in, and perfect to get right, i then noticed was very dark when importing it, so putting it through premier helped me balance it out in the contrast ratio and black level to brighten parts up but keep hue and saturation and exposure down.

 

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