A Small Space Bathroom
Now we get to work with a super small space in this bathroom. It's actually not the smallest bathroom in the house, but bathrooms are tough. So you can see in the frame that I just initially put the camera right outside the room. We're on my 12 millimeter giving me the widest option possible and it's, it's just tough, but I think we can work with this. The tile in here is super fun. There is this curtain here that you'll see here on the frame that I've opened up because I wanna see the tile of the bathroom and the shower itself. It adds a little bit. There is another light in here. I'm going to turn on, but there's a fan on there. So you might hear some of that fan noise, gonna move these paper towels. I'm just gonna get rid of this soap right now. And overall this is actually looking pretty good. It's almost like it's like the best you can do with such a tight space. So I'm like literally getting right up next to the door. We see that door frame there, which isn't, isn't necessarily a...
problem wondering if I should be up a little bit higher just for this, these bathroom shots clicking down at um the countertop the tub. Ideally, I'm not showing the door frame. I want to give the illusion that there's more space in here than there really is. And so getting inside that door frame helps with that. So this is actually honestly pretty good. So let's go ahead and I'm gonna open this up just a little bit. So people know that that is a sh a bathtub in there if they look closely, it's pretty good. All right. So for this photo, we are going to take it with the ambient lights on and uh let's go ahead and take this shot right here. We're still on a timer from previously. So that's OK. And now I'm going to take one with our flash on. Oh, that was so bright. Ok. So let's decrease that shutter quite a bit or increase the shutter to decrease the exposure or we could have. And now I'm seeing paper towel in the corner. So let's actually turn off our flash. Let's start from scratch. This looks pretty good. I kinda wanna highlight those tiles just a little bit more. So I'm gonna tilt down. So we see more of the tiles. Yeah, that's better. Ok. So let's take this shot. We're starting from scratch. Ok. Now let's turn our flash on. It's way too bright. So we're just going to decrease our flash power. That's pretty good. That's gonna brighten up quite a bit. So that actually looks pretty good in here. Let's see if there's another angle I can get showing the bathtub. I might be literally putting my camera up here on the counter. But let's see, sometimes it's easy just to pop off the or best to just pop off the camera, move it around and see what we're working with that. It would be nice to get a shot of that bathtub. So this is kind of like the opposite angle. So I think we're gonna try to go something around here. It's just trying to figure out how we're going to get that tripod. So you can probably see me in here actually. And I am crouching underneath. Yes, that's not bad. Cool. So literally, you might be able to see my camera in the corner right there. It's like literally against the toilet, against the wall, crouched in there. The other thing that I wanna do though is get a shot of the vanity. So here I'm gonna take a photo from probably within the bathtub itself. I kinda like this shot right here where you see the vanity, you see a bit of the tile. It's kind of nice to see those. It's kind of like the choice. Do I want the tile or the lights? Maybe a tiny bit of both? Ok. And that's not bad except uh you are in the way now, my friend. So let's do this one can take it from over here. Then I'll come inside for the flash. Nice. So that's how you can take a photo of a tight bathroom and I'll be doing another one as well. But I hope you enjoyed.