So here we are in the bathroom and it's a super awkward bathroom. And the reason is because it's not like wide open. There's this wall here, which I wish was not here. Because if there, this was not here, I'd be able to see a bathtub behind here as well as the toilet, as well as the shower, as well as the two sinks by putting myself in the corner. But because I can't, while we're stuck with having to choose what we want to show, I think this is the best that we're going to get. And the reason is because I wanna show that there's double sinks. I wanna show that there's a shower. I also wanna show that there's a toilet in the bathroom. I'm also going to take a shot showing the bathtub and maybe the shower from a different angle. But for sort of, I guess our hero bathroom shot. This is going to be it. Now, I'm just gonna walk you around and kind of show you what the, the alternative was. I thought about doing something like this too, which is not bad because it's a little bit more straigh...
t lines. I'm definitely going to have some warping. I'm definitely gonna have to do some editing in lightroom to straighten out lines to reduce the warping because we are getting that in the shot. So this one's not terrible because you can see it's straighter, um that you can see the shower, you can see the sinks, you just can't see over there and see how big the bathroom actually is. But this one's not a bad one. Now, let me walk you this way. So here you can kind of see what the setup is, but that's like a super boring photo because of the toilet, which you don't really need to show. Now, if I set up anywhere over here, we're seeing ourselves in the mirror, which is something you could potentially try to fix in Photoshop. It wouldn't be impossible but not something I want to do. Now, I could get in the bathtub and try to do something like this, but it doesn't really show our double sinks. And so for our main shot, I'm gonna go around here and try to get as much of the bathroom as possible. That's why it's good to have these little flip out screens if you're not using a remote as you can actually see what you're working with. Now, I also noticed that I've raised the camera above the sinks quite a bit so that I can see them clearly. I wanna get some of those lights up there. They all are a lot of lines that are kind of tilted but looking pretty good. So let's actually do our ambient light. The window is also frosted behind me. I thought about doing one with it open, but the view out there is not really great. So we're just gonna do full natural right now. OK. Lock that down, gonna take this photo a little brighter. It's not terrible, but there's also not a lot of light coming from the right side of the frame over here because there's no window. So it's a little dark. So I think the ambient or a Flambe combo is gonna work good for this photo. Let's take this one though. OK. Now with lights, OK. Now we're gonna bring in our flash that's on already. I do not wanna touch my camera this time. We might combine a couple different photos with the flash because one, I'm gonna flash in this area and then one I might take it to the other area and turn it on. Let's take this one. Well, this needs to be on probably gonna have to decrease or increase the shutter speed. Yeah, or decrease the size. Let's decrease the shutter speed just a little bit, meaning make it faster. A little bit bright. Still. Let's take down the power. All right. That's not bad. Now let me take this into the other sign. OK. I'm standing here. You could probably see me in the reflection. So the cool thing about the remote shutter is I could stand over there and actually just adjust all my settings but make sure I'm not in the reflection. See, look, see how that was right. It was too bright on the ceiling. I'm gonna turn this around again, too bright. I'm gonna just make an adjustment. Put this, I'm just actually holding it up. You can't see me, but I'm holding it up with my hand. That's not bad. So I know you didn't see me in there, but I was basically just holding this up myself, positioning it, rotating it until that flash wasn't as awkwardly bright in one spot. So I think that's it for now for that shot, I am gonna take a couple of other photos that you'll see um as alternative angles but, but really with the bathroom is just working with tight spaces trying to show the features, which for me in this is the double sinks, the stand alone shower. Um Also, this means I'm just gonna use separate photos to get the other features like the bathtub itself. All right. Hopefully you're enjoying these photos and this series of videos and we'll see you in another one.