tracerbullet Senior Member Joined: 13 Feb 2012 Posts: 152 Location: Saint Paul Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Mon Apr 30, 2012, 1:14pm Subject: Re: judge my pour
Also be conscious of your lighting when shooting a video. There's a strong window reflection off the machine and your camera is compensating for that and making the pour itself, the subject of the video, quite dark. Maybe close the blinds and turn on some lights to evenly light the room. Or spin the machine around a little so the reflection isn't bouncing right into the camera.
And rest the camera on something as well to hold it steady! push the machine back on the counter to make some space if needed.
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