When it comes to what we do, it's important to understand the underlying foundation to it.
The camera is for data capture. Once you have enough of the right data, you can manipulate it to your will.
With control you break out of what most consider to be the camera's look.
Here's some important information and a follow up by Steve Yedlin ASC.
This is something that a lot of people are often back and forth about.
Color science is something beyond the default camera settings.
Stay educated and you'll be able to dig deeper into the craft of image making. It is always an active process.
There's no reason to sit behind false limits.
On a journey. Searching for something. Sharing what's found.