Recently, I’ve been feeling the urge to create more “cinematic”-feel videos. It was Sunday- no plans for streaming or having to do work things, so I decided to film some clips around my apartment.
I’m always learning something new every time I use my Fujifilm XT3 camera. I was watching some YouTube videos to help me adjust some settings to shoot some cinematic clips. I’d like to share some of the settings I changed so it can possibly help you guys out if you like the footage I took!
I know not everyone is using a Fujifilm XT3 to film their videos, but I’d like to share the common video settings most do have on their cameras that I used to film this short video.
Camera Settings I Used:
- I shot all my clips on “Manuel” mode.
- Movie Mode settings: 4K 16:9 – 23.98P – 400Mps
- Encoded H.265 (HEVC)
- Movie Compression: Long GOP
- White Balance – K – 8300k – R: 0, B: 9
- Sharpness: -2
- Noise Reduction: -4
Music used in the video is from Epidemic Sound.
I’ll be sharing more short cinematic videos soon. Check them out first on my Instagram whenever I’m ready to post!