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Cinci14So, sorry for the ignorance but how exactly do I "work my exposure".
And also, what shots are you talking about where the quality and color is different. The GoAm shots or shots that were color corrected kind of funkily.
outaouais_reppinNothing to be sorry about haha, personnally this thread really helped me : http://www.newschoolers.com/thread/696902/Tell-me-your-Canon-Rebel-t3i-Iso-settings-
there's this huge paragraph by WillStart that explains everything from iso to aperture, I first used it to know how to set my iso, aperture and shutter speed and recently I've switched to flat profile using settings similar to what he proposes (I personnally like sharpness 0, contrast -4, saturation -2 and color tone 0), and for those shots that looked different 0:48 in your season edit is an example that catched my eye.
outaouais_reppinDepending on what color profile you use, dslr's shots can sometime have more grey/blue-ish tone, for this shot just color-correct that gopro shot with something like the 3 way color-corrector so that it looks more like your other shots , but for the future shooting with flat profile on your dslr will make it easier to color-grade your shots like you want after.