Whether you’re using a colour preset, or setting the colour temperature manually, it’s useful to know what colour temperature you’re aiming for. Use this one page guide as your go-to reference.
When you shoot on location, you will encounter potential risks. There are hazards that already exist in the location, ones you bring to the location and ones created by other people or animals. A completed Risk Assessment Form proves you’ve considered the risks and taken action to reduce them.
When setting the exposure for a scene, one of the tools you can use is false colour. Different areas of brightness are shown in different colours and different shades of grey. For this guide I’ve used the Arri scale. Many cameras have adopted this, but others use different colours to represent areas of brightness.
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