Tips for Better Quality

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Tips for Better Quality

Hi there,

I've been making some content recently with a Canon 5D Mark III and I'm not happy with the results I've been getting at all.

A lot has been interior in lower light but even the exteriors I feel like I'm missing a trick on.

I've made a lot of films but rarely been behind the camera and as I've been trying to learn how to get hands on - I'm realising I perhaps have a lot more to learn than I expected!

Here's an example I've linked in https://youtu.be/SoGU0n-EEBo

Looking back it seems like the ISO was too high, but obviously was compensating for it being low light in the room.

The lens I've been using is a Canon 24-105mm f/4.

Been shooting at 1920x1080, 25fps for mostly online usage.

I haven't been playing with shutter speed, keeping it at 1/50 and I theoretically should be getting a big enough depth as I cannot get lower than f/4 but I rarely go above 5.6.

I know I can get a much better product because I've seen the examples first hand. Having a bit of self-confidence crisis as a result so if there's any clear mistakes or tips to get a much better result - I would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks a lot

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