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Miro Perez
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I have a p3 std is there a way I can make my shots look more cenematic in terms of the coloring? Is this something that I do in post processing?
5-28 11:40
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HurleyBird Productions
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There will be a little of both. I would search on Youtube for best P3 Std camera settings and then after you've taken the pictures you can edit them to help enhance the colors or make any adjustments you feel are necessary.
5-28 13:24
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Miro Perez
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HurleyBird Productions Posted at 5-28 13:24
There will be a little of both. I would search on Youtube for best P3 Std camera settings and then after you've taken the pictures you can edit them to help enhance the colors or make any adjustments you feel are necessary.

Thank you for the help!
5-28 16:29
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Miro Perez Posted at 5-28 16:29
Thank you for the help!

You're welcome.
5-29 07:24
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Sparkflier
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Always use d-log or d-cinelike or black and white. These are more natural color profiles. The other ones give you fake looking colors. If you are having a hard time with white balance, keep it on auto. If you are good with white balance, I suggest using manual white balance, because auto white balance isn’t necessarily perfect. Shoot in raw. In raw, all the camera data is saved. You can correct the white balance in a professional photo editing app and adjust color, light, and noise profiles better. Use the lowest iso possible. A high iso will introduce noise. You can use a high iso and a fast shutter speed at night to capture a sharp image or get a stable image if the drone is unstable, but you will have to reduce noise in a professional editing software. Turn on the histogram and adjust camera shutter speed and iso so that there are two bumps on the left and right corners and the middle is smooth and stable. This will give you balanced exposure and high contrast. If you have trouble with exposure, use the HDR function. The camera will take three shots of different exposure and blend them together. This will bring out greater color and light profiles. Make sure the drone is stable in this and use a high iso and fast shutter speed when necessary. Finally, make sure your camera lens is clean and there are no scratches. That could cause unfixable damage in photos. Use a damp rag and clean it and make sure there are no smears.
5-29 18:34
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Sparkflier
Second Officer
Flight distance : 46407 ft

United States
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Always use d-log or d-cinelike or black and white. These are more natural color profiles. The other ones give you fake looking colors. If you are having a hard time with white balance, keep it on auto. If you are good with white balance, I suggest using manual white balance, because auto white balance isn’t necessarily perfect. Shoot in raw. In raw, all the camera data is saved. You can correct the white balance in a professional photo editing app and adjust color, light, and noise profiles better. Use the lowest iso possible. A high iso will introduce noise. You can use a high iso and a fast shutter speed at night to capture a sharp image or get a stable image if the drone is unstable, but you will have to reduce noise in a professional editing software. Turn on the histogram and adjust camera shutter speed and iso so that there are two bumps on the left and right corners and the middle is smooth and stable. This will give you balanced exposure and high contrast. If you have trouble with exposure, use the HDR function. The camera will take three shots of different exposure and blend them together. This will bring out greater color and light profiles. Make sure the drone is stable in this and use a high iso and fast shutter speed when necessary. Finally, make sure your camera lens is clean and there are no scratches. That could cause unfixable damage in photos. Use a damp rag and clean it and make sure there are no smears.
5-29 18:35
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