Building scene files is like cooking, you just tweak the recipe until you get it right (for yourself). Find a place that has all the elements that you need to worry over, colors, leaves on trees blowing, static detail, sky with clouds, daylight, artificial light, etc. Start with a stock scene file from any P2 cam like an HPX or HVX cam; shoot, tweak, and repeat; you only need say 30 seconds for each clip. Instead of downloading and transcoding, just view the clips on a good monitor which saves a lot of time. You can build several good scene files in a few hours. One of the bigger decisions you need to make is whether you want to shoot flat with the intent of finishing the look in post, or get it close in the field and do nominal or no editing to the look.

Grant

Grant