03-21-2019 11:16 PM
Ich würde gerne wissen mit welchen Protune Einstellungen ich die besten Ergebnisse erziele wenn ich:
Im Inneren filme
Zeitraffer Aufnahmen mache.
Vielen Dank und schönen Gruß
03-21-2019 11:56 PM
The basics are this:
Shutter - The longer the shutter time, the brighter the image and the lower you can set your ISO. However, this will also result in more motion blur.
EV - exposure value tells the camera to automatically adjust shutter and ISO to either make the image darker (-0.5, -1, -2) or brighter (0.5, 1, 2).
ISO - The lower the ISO the cleaner the image, but also the darker it will be. higher ISO results in a brighter image but also with more noise and grain.
WB - Lower numbers add more blue and higher numbers add more warmth (orange). Native adds no adjustment so you will need to correct in an editor. Native requires the most work, but can result in the most information being recorded.
Sharpness - Low results in no in camera processing. High results in a lot of in camera processing and will create more contrast. Medium is in the middle of the two.
Color - GoPro Color adds saturation, contrast and vibrance automatically. Because of the in camera processing, shadows and blacks are darker. Flat color profile adds very little processing and your image will look much more dull out of the camera, but the shadows will be brighter.
On the HERO5 Black there is WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) which will push the blacks blacker and whites whiter).
You also have the option to shoot in RAW. RAW gathers the absolute most information into each pixel. Straight out of the camera this will not really be apparent, but once you start editing (see available editors above) you will have more control and flexibility. One note about shooting RAW, two photos are saved. One in jpg and the other in gpr. The GPR file is the RAW file and is the one you want for maximum editing capability.
03-22-2019 09:47 AM