I’m a bit confused on this. In some online tutorials regarding GH5, they recommended exposing an 18% gray card to about 42 IRE. Why not 50 IRE as it’s in the middle of the waveform monitor?
To get correct color on skin, I need to do correct exposure first on an 18% gray card before white balancing. What if my shot should look less bright (like night shots)? How do I expose correctly in this scenario while still maintaining correct skin tones? Thanks! God bless!
on Nov 1, 2017 at 11:22:13 pm Last Edited By Ben Edwards on Nov 1, 2017 at 11:23:02 pm
Personaly I get up the waveform vestor scope but there are no rules, just guidelines. This should give good results unless you have extreme lighting conditions. I am constintly impressed by how well stuff comes out of this camera. The other thing is which picture profile you use. The two cinie-v and d seem to be the favorates. Goot article at http://noamkroll.com/the-best-gh4-settings-for-video-why-you-shouldnt-be-tw....