/ˌsɪnəˈmætɪk/ - just a word without any hard definition. it is always in the eye of the beholder. of course, if you ask the internet, you'll get a lot of people telling you what "cinematic truly means".
if you'd asked for my opinion, what you'd need to get a cinematic look - well, most important thing for me is the footage. get a basic knowledge about camera movement. for me cinematic is always kinda slow - the camera movement, not necessarily the scene you are shooting. you don't need top shelf equipment, but a good base equipment is important. the lens - when in doubt go cheaper with the camera body, but look out for a good lens, sometimes vintage lenses can be an excellent choice. and for the postproduction, some swear on adobe premiere some say davinci resolve (free) ist the place to go. but no matter what you choose, get yourself familiar with color grading 🪄 color grading is key.
the day stared out cloudy af - hoped for the clouds to clear, to be able to get a view of the antenna array on the mountain. after waiting for a serious amount of time, always with one eye on the clock regarding sundown, i just went for it. lucky as i am, weather started to change ☀️❄️
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