The Kitchen - Part 2
All right. So here's the second photo that I'm going to get for the kitchen. And you can notice behind me that I have my tripod set up on the countertop itself. And that's one of the great things about this little man Frodo be free tripod, you're free to move it around. It's super lightweight and let me just take a shot really quickly. So you can kind of see what I'm working with again, if we want sort of that natural look might overexpose just a little bit. Nope, don't want my flash on. Now, I'm gonna take a photo so you can see those grid, that grid line. It's really nice to see in this photo and the grid lines don't show up on the app. So you can't really see that. But this is another hero shot where I think it's a great shot to highlight one of the features of the kitchen, which is or two of the features, which is this range and then also the breakfast nooks sort of coffee bar area. So three features all in one, this kitchen is a big kitchen. So it's nice to break it up into differ...
ent areas for our photos and I really like the look of this one. I use the grid to really try to make those lines straight. We got the tile, we have the window, we have the doorway, these cupboards over here, all things that we can use to straighten out our photo. So let me connect to my camera so you can see what I'm working with. All right. So now first I'm going to retake this photo with just a supernatural look. Um You also notice that I am shooting up higher because I wanna see the countertop as well. So let's just make it a little bit brighter, that bright and airy look, something like that looks pretty good, gonna take this photo and then you can see that the process is pretty simple once you start to get a groove of things. So I'm gonna turn on these lights now. So those are all the lights in that room and there are some overhead lights right above the camera. I'm gonna turn on just because that's going to add a little bit of light to the the oven range. You can see that with them on versus off on. I think it gives a better presence to all of that light. So let's take this photo. We're at a shutter speed of I don't want to be too bright. So shutter speed of 1/5 of a second. I am noticing some reflection on the countertop is that this light over here that I just turned on. Oh, no, that's probably these, oh, that's these ones. So, we're just gonna have to deal with that. We might have to, we might wanna remove that in post or it's ok to live with some little reflections. It is natural after all. So now I'm gonna get my flash shot. So just again, holding my flash up right here at the ceiling we are at has power. That's pretty good. Let's do one at full power just to have. All right, and then we'll take one from over here as well, really highlighting this back area and now we're going to get our window pulls. So we're going to increase our shutter speed. We are getting sort of like this weird reflection coming in from that window, which is just, it's like the other window reflecting it. So let's see what happens when we do our window pull. This is a nice window to get as a window pull because it's nice and green out there. Not bad. I'm gonna go from this angle and decrease our power just a little bit. It's a little break cool. I'll be able to work with that. All right. So that's it. For this second angle of the kitchen, I'm probably gonna get one more looking this way at the kitchen. So turn everything around coming up next.