I finished up another dresser, which I mentioned when I posted the Driftwood Dresser. The weather is super dreary today (I'm actually kind of enjoying that is feels like fall), but it's not so good for taking photos. I also did not feel like trying to come up with a new way to stage this dresser so I staged the exact same way I staged the Driftwood Dresser.
So, here's my questions for you all. What can I do when there isn't a whole lot of natural light to make photos less grainy. I normally shoot in the automatic setting with no flash. For these I did attempt shooting in manual mode (higher ISO, larger aperture and a longer shutter speed) which helped with getting enough light (I also edited them and bumped up the exposure, changed the white balance, etc). I really don't know what I'm doing so those setting probably should be different, so if you have any tips, they would greatly appreciated. The sun should be back in the next few days (along with the 80 degree weather), and I will have a more detailed post with better photos in a bit.