When Changing ISO Saved My Highlights.

If you have read my articles on filmmaking, you would know that I’m a firm believer in not changing the ISO when filming and leaving it at the Native ISO. That works best when you are in a controlled filmmaking setup.

A few days ago, I was filming a video in barebones mode. It was just me as a crew in an uncontrolled environment without any light controlling tools. The sun was hot and bright…

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