Adjusting Visual Levels for Video

Capturing the perfect video is not always an easy task. Like your eyeball, a video camera's lens relies heavily on light to be able to collect visual data. Most cameras have settings that let you adjust how much (or how little) light is allowed into the camera lens based on the conditions around you while filming. The thing is though; no matter how hard you try it's not always possible to achieve perfect results. Sometimes you need to go back during post-production and adjust visual levels.


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