not meaning to be harsh dude…
but you have alot to learn man.
the color correction was pretty terrible your “green stuff” looked like piss…and your lighting was just disgusting. and you’re “aspect ratio” shots? Those were just stretched versions of your full-screen shots…thats not right. it makes the shot all squished. does that look right to you? just wondering.
keep trying. learn from your mistakes.
again not trying to be a jerk, but these things were just glaringly wrong to me so i thought i should mention something.
Jjp, it’s up to you how you want your color to look like when you shoot it. If you are directing this, you are responsible for the look and feel of the movie. So with that being said, depending on the color or light setting you use will describe the mood for the scene you are trying to shoot. Listening to people like this will make you obsess over nothing. -In fact don’t listen to people like this.
If you want my opinion… Shooting for “Obscure Movie Review”, I’d use the extra light setting as you see here:
If I were shooting for a horror movie, I’d probably keep it a little darker; depending on scene of course.
It’s all based upon your opinion, and what you have in mind for the shot.