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Rambo wrote:The details are definitely there, the frame is perfectly exposed for the subjects (peoples faces, snowmobil etc) If the GoPro exposed for the white snow then their would be no details in the subjects. That image is what is known as flat, washed out, lacking colour, contrast etc, but it is how video is preferred by Professional Colorists.
Notice there are no shadows, it's overcast, that's why there is little contrast in the snow. A polarizer will allow slightly more contrast but most likely you will loose the subject detail like you did in the trees
Sergeant HCR wrote:Rambo, I was using Vegas to try and correct the overexposure and I sort of made progress but didn't quite get the detail you managed to achieve in color correction. What settings did you use?
I got a bunch more videos to try and fix up but next year I will be having something over the lens to help prevent overexposure.
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