This post isn't designed to be a guide on color grading or color modification. Maybe which will be another post. For the present time, I'm just heading to debate what I did so to the camera to find the video footage to look just how it does and present you an over-all notion of what I did so in post.
Dji mavic camera operation,For those of you that don’t know, log footage is video that was shot specifically to be color graded at a later time. The reason why the image from the Mavic using this color profile look so flat is because the camera is trying to compress as much of the image it can into a color range that retains the highlights, shadows and any other color information that would otherwise be lost when recording in standard picture profiles. To get the camera into this mode, you just go into the camera settings and look for a section called color, there’s lots of other color options but D-Log is the one you want.
The last thing that I do before recording is set the exposure and make sure it’s locked. You don’t have to lock the exposure, but it’s recommended for most shots because it will keep the image from getting brighter and darker when moving the camera around. Just like locking the white balance, this makes it easier to work with. If you want to get even more technical, you can control the camera ISO and shutter speed manually, but if you’re not careful then you may end up overexposing or underexposing the image