The Primary Bedroom
Alright. So here I am in the bedroom and I have one shot already pretty much set up. It's from this corner of the room which I think is the best one where you can see the nice window and sliding door. So I'm just gonna go over here kind of clean up these curtains a little bit. This is a definitely a spot where seeing the outside is nice. So we are going to be doing our window pull for this shot. All right. So we're all cleaned up now to take our shots. You'll notice that I am at pretty much right at waist level, a tiny bit higher so we can see a little bit from above the bed. Not sure if I like this blanket here. Let me just add that right there. Yeah, I think that's cleaner. All right. So ready to take this shot first with the ambient lights on. Let's turn on these even though we don't see them, it it's gonna add a little bit to the shot, especially when we change directions and let's take one shot. Our flash was on, let me take that one more time without the flash Now let's take it w...
ith our flash. Just wanna check that out really quick is the before we're getting a little bit of a nice highlight on that furniture itself. Let me boost the power just a little bit. All right. So let's add this more powerful flash. Ok. Remember we're not really worried about what the ceiling looks like for these shots. We're, we're more caring what it does to the furniture and the interior of the room. So let's do one more that looks pretty good. Now, I'm just gonna go over here and take one just to have and I am gonna be in the shop, but we're gonna be able to mask me out and then same over here. It is a bit of a actually let me try one right here. I liked how that looked for these photos over here. All right. That might be have been a little bit bright. All right. So now we're gonna do our window pulls. So what this means is we're going to drop our exposure and we are going to expose to the exterior and then we're also going to flash directly at our exterior around the window frame. So here we have, this view is still a little bit overexposed on that right side. So we're gonna do this separately. One for the left window, one for the right window, how it boosted full power. There we go. We might actually let's adjust our focus just trying to get it. So that reflection is not so harsh. There we go. That's not bad. Now, let's do one for the sliding window on the right. You also notice in the mirror that we get that reflection as well. So we'll see if we use that reflection in the mirror. Let's there we go. Something like that. It's pretty good. Nice. All right. So that's enough for this angle. We're going to rotate and flip from the opposite corner so we can see coming this way with the bathroom as well. So we kind of again get a sense of where we are in the room. So we're gonna move over here. So we're going all the way in this corner and on this side, we are seeing that bathroom, we're seeing sort of the closet, which is gonna be nice to show we got the bed and we also have those lamps. Now you'll notice I'm looking at my phone because when I am connected to my uh app, which I want to do. So you can see what I'm seeing. I, I can't use my viewfinder or the L CD screen on the back of my camera. It's pretty good. We're getting a little bit of a funky line. I wanna make sure those door frames are as level as possible with this lens. I am getting quite a bit of warp around the edges. Some of that I'm gonna be able to fix in post for sure though. I'm wondering if I want to come out in front of that dresser. I kind of didn't like how that dresser was, like poking into the bottom left of the frame as you see here. But I do like that plant. So I might just come something like the, do I get both lights and just get one light? I think I get one light with that plant in the background. I think that looks better. These are just the things that you gotta think about. I do kinda wanna see that light at the top of the frame, the fan anyways. So that's looking pretty good. Ok. So let's take this shot ambient and then also with our flash on do one flash over here, I'm just gonna take one from over here actually from in here. All right. So we have our flash shot, we have our ambient shot this side. We didn't need any window poles. And so I think we're good with this angle. Now, I just wanna see one thing really quick to see if an angle from this side is necessary. It's not necessary, but I think I will take this one as well just so we can see the door and I will open up that doorway, that hallway door into the hall and we have this nice window over there, we can see the whole bed and that we can see the whole bed and that corner as well. All right. So this is a pretty good full shot too of the bed. That's nice. I'm gonna open up this door so we can see into the hallway and I'm gonna turn on those lights as well in the hallway. All right. So let's take our first shot, which is just our natural light with our ambient lights, with our flash off. We're gonna take one with our flash, gonna come over here and do another flash. All right. And now let's do our window pull. So I'm gonna drop my exposure by increasing my shutter speed. So it has a nice exterior and there we have it, it's pretty good. So let's just take one without the flash and now one with flash around our window, that's pretty good. Cool. So I think that's it for this room and we'll keep moving on.