Hello EMC.Today I was just messing around with a Canon T3i (18-55mm lens) and I took some shots of my Surface Pro 4.I noticed a few things that didn't turn out as nice as I'd like and I would appreciate some advice on fixing them:1) The lighting wasn't consistent from shot to shot. For example, some shots had the nice even white lighting and some shots came out dimmer and yellow. The lighting in real life where I was shooting never changed at all. Any tricks to balance this so it all turns out nice and evenly white?2) My panning didn't come out perfectly smooth. I tried to mend this by periodically speeding up or slowing down the footage in areas where it was uneven and you can hardly notice that it was shaky in the final product, but is there a more elegant way to fix this than what I did? I think a stabilization method would be better than having to manually adjust the playback speed to compensate. I was just using a standard tripod with an arm on it.If anyone who is more experienced than I (I'm novice at best with photography/cinematography) could offer me advice on my mistakes or point out anything else I did wrong and how I should improve, I would greatly appreciate it!