It was shot with a Canon EOS 7D, and Kdenlive was used for both editing and color grading.
Here is a split screen comparing the raw footage and the final color corrected video:
it's cool( the montage is great, very pro rythm) but the color correction doesn't look at its best.
There are still some improvements to be made because it looks like there's too much of this( red ? in the balance, threshold, overexposure in the sunlight)) not enough of that.....( skin details get lost in the corrected version with a disturbing blur)
Maybe editing it with avidemux could help
Considering the wide variety of light sources (indoor: apartment, subway - outdoor: sun, blue sky, overcast sky, "urban canyon", under trees...) I think the color constancy is quite good.
And a slightly warm overall tone can be the author's creative choice?
In the before/after split screen I don't see much more skin detail on the "before" side. I can see that the skin is sometimes kind of bland, but not sure that its a fault of color correction - maybe it's already in the camera?
Anyway, I am using an ooold LCD picked from the dustbin, so it could be it's fault :-)
Also I do not find the amount of overexposure a problem - a few blown highlights, if not in the important subject areas, should be no problem.
Seeing that the "before" shots are mostly darker, it seems that the authors did take measures to prevent overexposure, but outdoors in direct sunlight, it is more or less impossible not to blow a highlight here or there.
This was so nice...
If you live in France, you could make a documentary about Paris and publish it on chill.com ...
keep doing great videos (=