How can I improve my low-light shots - video.
I'm attempting to shoot a promo video for my company. I got the shots I wanted, but found a handful of them have quite a bit of noise, especially when I downconvert the video.
I'm shooting with a GH5 and Panasonic 12-35 F2.8. I have 2 160 LED arrays for lighting and the track lighting in the back. ISO it typically set around 400.
It looks like this combo is not up to the low light conditions. I know many of you are very knowledgeable about how to get the most out of a camera in certain situations. I appreciate any feedback you have for the questions below.
- Should I try some different settings on the camera?
- How might I use the two lights (in terms of placement) to light the room better, without significantly changing the ambiance?
- Could I revive these shots much with the NR tools in Resolve?
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