How I Shoot Cooking Videos
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How I Shoot Cooking Videos


Welcome back to my vlog. If you’re new to this channel, Nice to meet you. How you doin’ Joking aside, I’m going to make new cooking video with GFX100. I’ve never shot movie with this camera yet. I’m not sure how the footage is gonna look like. Let’s try. This is the first time to use this camera. I have no idea how the footage is gonna look like. But I hope I get a good result. Okay.

100 Comments

  • jii tom

    いつも綺麗な映像でまたそのやり方を動画にする、本当に素晴らしいです。そのレベルになれるかわかりませんが、いつかデビューしたいです。有難うございます。

  • chantsalmaa batireedui

    Wow, your english pronunciation is going so clearly. I have been heard many Japanese english speakers. you are the best! So, good luck🌈YouTube大先生🎆

  • Jessica B

    Your videos and vlogs are always fun to watch plus very informative. I myself vegan for decades and i really love cooking your recipe. You are the best!!!!!!

  • ko uta

    もう何がなんだかさっぱり分かりませーん🤣
    でも、りょーやさんが画質、構図、ライティング、色調、BGMなど全てに拘って撮っているのが分かりますね。
    撮った後はフォトショップなどで更に編集されるんでしょう。
    もう完全に機材も腕前もプロですね。でもけして商業プロでないところがいいな〜と何時も楽しく観ています。

  • ryuichi TEsSI

    いつも動画楽しみにしています。。
    動画の撮影風景すごく勉強になります。
    私もRyouyaさんみたいな動画作れるよう勉強します!

  • niko saku

    こうやって撮影されてるんですね😆💕撮影の合間のコーヒータイム☕️なんかも観られるなんて得した気分😁👌💕

  • Romee

    Hey RT
    I love your videos. You take care of every meticulous detail in it and hence the product comes out so beautiful. You have such a finesse and artistic approach even to a simple thing like a cup of coffee .Kudos❤.Great to see the real effort that goes in even a simple act of opening the lid perfectly .It took thrice the trial😂P.s. I'm fully enjoying your vlogs as well. Just a small suggestion- Kindly make eye connection while talking to the camera. I as a viewer would feel more connected and would truly appreciate it😇. Lots of love .Tk care.

  • Maki Takakura

    りょーやさん、こんばんは(^^)
    息子と英語の宿題をやっていたら、拝見するの出遅れましたー笑
    インスタのストーリーズだったと思いますが、その写真も素敵でした☆この動画内だと、7:51あたりのアングルでしょうか^_^

  • Carla Chanliau

    I love this kind of vlog!! So natural and it shows how much work you put into making that single 4 seconds footage. ❤️

  • martin brimble

    The combination of English and Japanese works really well, full English language video should detract… well done lad

  • Lime Candy

    こんな風にしてが出来上がるのですね。いつも素晴らしい動画を見せていただき、ありがとうございます。

  • そうがわまゆみ

    良いですねー👌👌👌ちょっとしたこともりょうさんの中でわNGなんだね 完璧が、素敵でカッコいい

  • Marlyn Almario

    I hope time will come the subtitle is in nihongo and the language he speaks is english in the whole video. Gambatte! Ryoya-san! 💪

  • H H

    As a photographer, I already knew you put in tons of work based on the high quality videos you provided but after watching this video, I think I haven’t give you enough credit. You’re amazing. Hope to see more contents related to BTS cinematography from your channel.

  • はちとしずく

    一回にいろんな動画撮ってて、編集でよく混乱しないですね😅
    いいもの造るには、面倒くさい事が大事だったりしますね。
    私もチョコ作ってみるかなぁ。

  • Iceland Food Centre

    I'm so happy to see I'm not the only one doing take after take until it's right! Thanks for the BTS – I think I'll have to get myself a monitor as well. Looks like it makes things much easier.

  • Damián Pomodoro Zemborain

    You look so passionate about coffee you should be running your own coffee shop. With youtube workshops included!

  • 。。

    いつも映像のクオリティが
    高品質で素敵です。
    差し支えなければ
    主観の撮影はどうやっているのか
    ご教示頂けないでしょうか?

  • lore00star

    I think you're one of the best youtuber in the world, really… you always bring something cool to watch and it's always a pleasure to learn from you!! Thanks 😀

  • Julian Ocean

    りょやさん、sharing ありがとうございました!Always a pleasure to check your videos, inspiring and great quality

  • FalconDiaries

    Indirectly we're learning the Japanese Language from you too. Every time you speak in Japanese first, I try to understand what you were trying to say and sometimes when I understood before you speak in English it makes me very happy.

  • Yuki Eto

    こんにちは、最近映像に興味がありセッティングを勉強しています。
    こちらのビデオは全部Log で撮影されてるのですか?
    もし良ければ撮影のセッティングの動画とかも作ってもらえたらうれしいです!

  • David Ferrer

    I always knew how much work has to go into running a YouTube channel but just watching you work briefly is just amazing and reminds how much I really appreciate that people like you do this for us ❤️

  • Uehara. Ridea

    OMG! I didn't know u have a mini-monitor for your camera. D:
    I really want one for my self portrait. Lol. So that I can see my composition through there, also u can use LUT as well.. like what?!. I learn new things!

  • 三橋和磨

    すごい料理動画楽しみー^_^
    どんな感じになってるか興味津々です!!
    あと、ラテアート凄くないですか!?まったくもって微妙な感じがしないんですが…
    すごい綺麗☆

  • I Baked It

    Thanks for making this interesting and informative video. I basically asked this question on your Peaceful Cuisine channel. Being new to videoing and photography (I know very little about the subject) this video is a good tutorial. I immediately bought some new equipment after watching….tripods and lights.

  • Liztopher

    What is the fridge you keep your equipment in? Is is temperature controlled or to keep them free from dust or…? Love the behind the scenes!

  • リリクロNatural life

    りょうやさん、もうなんだろ。。暮らしの職人!!笑 動きがもうかっこいい!

  • Vikingbaby ヴァイキングベビー

    Are you using a GoPro for the Person of view shots? If so, which one? Your eye for perfect detail is amazing! Cheers from Michael in Norway

  • Ryoya Takashima

    質問が多いのでここで答えます。笑
    コーヒー淹れている時のPOVはGoProを口に咥えつつ撮ってます。笑

  • P T

    Hi, amazing how much work goes into your videos – it shows in the high quality.

    I have a question: in an earlier video you were trying different kinds of plant-based milk for your lattes. You tried an oat-based milk (I think) and I believe you said it didn’t taste very good. What kind of milk did you use in the latte that you made in today’s video, I wonder?

  • Keto Cutie

    Thanks for showing us what it's like on the other side of the camera. Also your English is very good. Thanks for translating too.

  • Brazen Gestures Of Thorough Appreciation

    No wonder your videos are so FRESH! You keep your cameras in the fridge!!! :)Keep them comming!

  • JC Negri

    Awesome. The work and dedication. Not that many knows the craft it takes.
    Dig the process and the fun that provides.
    Life is an adventure. Stay strong.
    Mega Like on your videos.
    Saludos desde Lima – Peru.

  • 中村素子

    こういうのとても楽しいです!
    どうやってあのかっこいい料理動画撮っていらっしゃるのか?と思っていましたので
    りょうやさん、ブログ動画どんどんあげてくださいませね
    たいへんでしょうけれど…

  • Salsabila Ramadhaningrum

    I love video like this! behind the scene of another video. I hope you can make more videos like this again! (I'm sure it is so complicated. 1. cooking 2. cooking video 3. video behind the scene. moreover, cooking need fast movement)

  • Jim Franco

    So nice to see how other people shoot their videos. When you have the tripod legs on the shoot table do you ever have
    vibration or movement from the tripod shaking from you placing objects on the table? And do you use a level for your camera when it is shooting down? I use a clear plastic bubble level and just place on top of the camera back. It is such an inexpensive thing and can be very helpful. And is that Atmos an external recorder? I used to
    use one a few years ago and I bet the new devices must be so good.

  • linzertube

    The thumbnail turned out great for your Chocolate- covered coffee beans. Thanks for the behind-the-scenes look at your video and photography-taking process.

  • Cucurtle

    I'm sorry I'm late, but I hope you see this! Here my English critique for this video:
    At 0:28, you said "I'm going to make new cooking video with GXF100". Articles will be needed to make this sentence grammatically correct; "I'm going to make a new cooking video with my GXF100" is how I would correct it. I couldn't tell you why English requires articles, but it does, so do remember to use them~
    At 0:51, your subtitles and audio said different things, so I'll just critique both. Your subtitles said, "this is the first time to use this camera". I would correct this as "this is my first time using this camera". I'm not too sure how to explain it, but English usually makes the speaker clarify who/what is being described in the sentence, so "my" should be used. "To use" should be "using" because… Well, it seems that English just doesn't really like the infinitive form, so most cases will call for the present progressive instead. The infinitive form is usually only used with "I have to/need to (verb)". Your audio, on the other hand, said, "this is the first time I shoot cooking video with this camera". I would've made "the" possessive, and then put "shoot" in the present progressive. "Video" is a countable common noun, so it should come after "a". I would change this sentence to "this is my first time shooting a cooking video with this camera".
    At 2:05, you said, "these equipments are ready". Equipment is uncountable, so there's no plural, and thus, it should just be "this equipment".
    At 2:10 you said, "I'm going to turn off all the things that makes noise". "Things" is plural, so "makes" should be "make", but I think "everything" sounds more natural than "all the things". As such, I would've said, "I'm going to turn off everything that makes noise" ("makes" does not become "make" in this case because "everything" is uncountable).
    At 6:26, you said, "I'm going to have a little break until these coffee beans get chilled (chill can be a verb)". The phrase "have a break" should actually be "take a break". Moreover, "chill" is actually a verb, so to keep this word, the clause would have to become "until these coffee beans have chilled". In short, I would correct the sentence to be "I'm going to take a little break until these coffee beans have chilled".
    At 7:49, you said, "I'm done with shooting and I need to take photos for thumbnail". "Shoot" is a verb so I would change the sentence to something like "I've finished shooting (the video)" or "I'm done shooting (the video)". I'm adding "the video" simply because I feel that it sounds more natural and it adds more context. Next, "thumbnail", being a countable common noun, should come after "the". Additionally, just to make the sentence sound more natural, I would add "now" after "and". Additionally, "now" specifies the time at which you're going to take photos; omitting it could make it sound like taking photos is just something on your to-do list. I would change the sentence into "I've finished shooting the video, and now I need to take photos for the thumbnail".
    At 8:47, you said, "I'm going to meet some people at 4 pm in 2 hours". I think that "in 2 hours" is describing "4 pm", so I believe that putting "2 hours" in front would sound more natural; "I'm going to meet some people in 2 hours, at 4 pm".
    At 8:57, you said, "I hope I could finish editing". "Could" should be "can" because "could" is past tense, whereas "hope" is present tense.
    At 9:09, you said, "so tonight, I think I'm just going to study English and practicing cello". To maintain parallel structure, "practicing" should become "practice"; "I think I'm just going to study English and practice cello".
    It's great to see you speak more and more English with each video! Let's keep working hard! I also greatly admire your dedication when it comes to shooting videos; the amount of effort you put into them is incredible!

  • Barb Jacobs

    How you dooin 😁😂 also check Big Bang Theory in english it is a bit harder because there is lot of scientific words sometimes so that is like next level english haha and How I Met Your Mother is cool too!

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