Filming: HD or 4K, multi-camera, tripods, gimbal, track and dolly, jib. Sound: lavalier microphones; shotgun mic with handheld boom or floor standing boom; reporters mic. ; recorded to digital audio recorders on multiple tracks for multiple levels. Editing: Adobe Creative Cloud including Premiere-Pro and After Effects. Read more...
3 Introduction to Exposure
Exposure, or iris adjustment, is another of the primary functions that must be mastered in order to produce video images of a professional standard. Adjusting the iris enables more or less light to pass through the lens. Obtaining correct exposure is not only about creating aesthetically pleasing images; it also helps to ensure the best quality images from your camera. Too little light and the picture will be under-exposed or or ‘noisy’ (grainy). Too much light will result in an over-exposed or ‘burnt out’ image.
Whilst many video cameras have an automatic exposure or . . .
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