just got my set of polarpro ND/PL cinema filters and stuck it on the P4P, did a quick test flight around a river mouth to see how it would work, and must say I do like the look it provides. I was using the ND16 in this case.
I'm impressed it kept the highlights this bright with the filter on. I'm referring to the white of the breaking waves.
yes it was shot in NONE color profile. I did not use dlog as it didnt matter to me in this case. just a quicky test.Very nice footage and a tranquil scene. The slight blurring of the waves works very well, so the nd is definitely needed here. I assume this is using the none colorprofile? I see the shadows suffers slightly from the compression (and I assume the vimeo-encoding increases that), so it would have been interesting to see the same in dlog.
The ND wont affect highlights, etc, but having the polarizer built in to this filter does effect how the camera can "see" thru water and reflections depending on the angle to the sun.Very beautiful. Would it be possible to know your settings, for us noobies? Did you do any post on this? If not, I'm impressed it kept the highlights this bright with the filter on. I'm referring to the white of the breaking waves.Thanks,
Can you point us to some examples? Preferably with/without Art applied.
The last firmware update fixed dlog, at least for p4p. Not sure what is the case for Mavic.D-Log should theoretically hold this title, but is just too flat/crushed to easily recover from, maybe so much so that data is actually lost.