Shooting workflows in image production
Image production can be broadly classified into two shooting workflows, and which one to follow depends on whether or not your images will be color-graded in post-production after you shoot.
Shooting workflow not based on color grading in post-production
Less work is required in post-production if the images you shoot closely resemble the final images you envisioned. This can streamline image production.
By using Picture Profile, you can fine-tune gradation, color tone, and other image details.
Shooting workflow based on color grading in post-production
You can enjoy greater creative freedom by capturing images that retain as wide a dynamic range and gamut as possible and then color-grading them in post-production to suit the scene.
By shooting with a log gamma, you can capture images with a wide dynamic range and gamut.
Log shooting methods vary by camera model.
For models with a [Log Shooting Setting] menu, complete the log shooting settings using [Log Shooting Setting].
Models without a [Log Shooting Setting] menu include log shooting settings in [Picture Profile].
- Available functions vary by camera model.