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Rob Smith

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    Overexposed sky

    Hi Have just shot some footage with a 550d which has come back with the sky badly blown out. I exposed correctly for the person in the shot but this meant the sky was too bright. When graded the highlights are not salvageable. What can I do when I film it again? For the shots I'm getting a graduated filter isn't really going to work. I shot using the neutral picture style, I've heard about the cinestyle profile, will changing the profile help? Also the day we shot it was misty and the sky was naturally white with clouds as opposed to a clear blue sky. Hope someone can help
  2. Rob Smith

    Over sky

    Hi Have just shot some footage with a 550d which has come back with the sky badly blown out. I exposed correctly for the person in the shot but this meant the sky was too bright. When graded the highlights are not salvageable. What can I do when I film it again? For the shots I'm getting a graduated filter isn't really going to work. I shot using the neutral picture style, I've heard about the cinestyle profile, will changing the profile help? Also the day we shot it was misty and the sky was naturally white with clouds as opposed to a clear blue sky. Hope someone can help
  3. Hi, How would you go about getting this sort of grade. Could it be done by removing alot of the red from the image, if you were doing it in final cut what fx presets would you use? (e.g. colour corrector, levels) Appreciate any help! cheers Rob
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