Depending on the time of day and weather, the type of light and composition may vary. This is where the lens you use comes into play. If going out on a 21mm f/1.8 or 14mm f/2.8 lens (35mm equivalent focal length), you'll want to choose a time when the sky is a clear, bright, colorless white. Note the clear, blue sky here:
If getting the sun in the frame is important, such as the peaks of mountains or the facial features of the subject, take careful consideration. In the first footage, we placed a 32mm f/2.0 lens on a Phantom 4. When shooting at a lower f-stop, the subject can appear very sharp. This is because the sharp areas (mountains, subject's face, etc) are on the in focus zone, and the blurry areas (background) are out of focus.
When shooting hyperlapses, it is extremely important to be aware of the subject's movement. The mountain behind the crowd in the footage above moved due to the wind. Similarly, if the subject moves too far away from (or too towards) your camera, the image may become blurred.
The DJI Inspire 2S is able to shoot 16-bit ProRes, at up to 4K resolution. Similarly, the Inspire 4S and Air 2S are capable of capturing 8-bit 4K ProRes, and the Inspire 2 can shoot 8-bit ProRes and 10-bit 4K ProRes. Shooting 8-bit will reduce the dynamic range of the footage, resulting in a warmer image. If you're shooting video for the web, 8-bit will allow you to stream higher quality video without worrying about dynamic range.
Raw footage records a lot of important information with extreme fidelity. However, it contains a lot of information that may be unnecessary if it is not properly exposed. Prior to editing, we use a special editing technique called 'bracketing' to artificially manipulate the exposure throughout a sequence.
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