July 26, 2016 at 2:45PM, Edited July 26, 3:07PM
Improving Video Quality
First post here at NoFilmSchool.
I've been shooting on a Canon 70D I picked up about eight months ago, and lately I've noticed more "noise" in my footage even in optimal lighting conditions.
Here is a link to a test I did recently: https://vimeo.com/163509328
(I feel like this shot is just a touch underexposed)
I'm shooting on:
- Canon 70D with a Canon EF 50mm F/1.8 lens
- Technicolor Cinestyle Profile
After the shoot is over, I'll plug my SD card into my Macbook Pro, and open up the files straight into Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
On one hand, I feel as though this might be the best quality I can get out of this camera. On the other hand I lack experience.
It was recommended to me by a filmmaking friend to upgrade my glass, and start with a better lens.
Ofcourse the story is the most important part of the film! I feel as though the noise I'm experiencing takes away from the story(My friends have even commented about this).
What do you guys think? Am I being too picky?
24fps at ALL-I
Time of Day: Sunset
Thanks for reading!