Lighting A Space
Hi guys, today I went and did a re-shoot for a company because the first one came out grainy and a bit ugh because the place isn't lit very well.
I decided to try and test the lighting today on this one. I added a small LED light that was only at 20%. I probably could have gone all the way but didn't want to risk the place looking blown out.
Here is the scan: Soho Sonic
The walls still look to have a lot of noise on them but the last scan I did, so did the wooden floor. Now it doesn't! Or at least it isn't as obvious. I wish I could show the difference but I stupidly deleted the thing.
Anyhow, I sat this this little thing on top of the camera and it REALLY helped. I hope it can help you guys too. TOAZOE Fill light - It also allows you to change the colour temperature too.
Next time I will crank up the power AND flag the light a little so it doesn't interfere with the shot as much. I might even get 2 more and cover the sides! WHO KNOWS! Life is crazy like that.
Still learning but I love a good trial and error!