D-Cinelike mode can provide higher dynamic range, more scene details, and lowest contrast and sharpness, which offers more color editing freedom. In this video, you will learn how to color the D-Cinelike aerial footage shot with the Mavic Air 2 and the tutorial is based on Adobe Premiere PRO as the coloring tool, aiming to provide a detailed demonstration on how to color D-Cinelike footage after shooting, and a guide with basic coloring skills.
This tutorial is based on using Adobe Premiere as a coloring tool, while providing a detailed demonstration on how to color D-Cinelike footage with the following steps: primary corrections, stylized color grading and details adjustment.
0:00 - Introduction to D-Cinelike mode
0:20 - Analyzing the raw footage
0:40 - Starting primary corrections
1:55 - Stylized Color Grading
3:45 - Details Adjustment
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