It is important to watch for audio distractions when you are scouting the locations. Try and take the audio environment into account. But if the budget or timeframe does not allow a good audio and visual environment, go with Guy's suggestions
The cover photo looks like HogKong!
As I said, I did not grade the footage properly. Not LUTs or Resolve work. I aimed to show what the camera interprets straight out of the camera. I used the Cine V with some minor adjustments, my profile is the EOS HD 1 profile. I did not use a ND which is the cause of some problems. Thanks for your feedback!
I own the GH4. I feel like it is a good enough camera for student work. Rented a Ronin before but personally I don't really like the Movi/Stedicam look. I prefer on sticks or just shoulder mounted. Well, the only thing that really matters the most is the script. You could shoot something on a Alexa with Zeiss glass and it could be complete crap if the script is bad. Or you could shoot something on a GH4 with a good idea and make a good film. Good luck!