the detail and DR of RAW is so intoxicating (to me) that I often want to protect the shadows and highlights, as you have done. However, I think this almost impossible in day-light. Unless you're going for a specific low-contrast look, best to let your highlights go and let the model's face go bright. In other words, the video was a bit dark to me. Another idea is you keep the image muted in the street scenes, but once she goes into the light, let the image explode in color and brightness. Then end it there. Why go back to the dark street? That's my 2-cents. VERY NICE STUFF!