SUPER EASY Processing of a NIGHT PHOTO using On1 Photo RAW 2019

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In this video, I demonstrate how I go about processing an image taken at night. Night images offer some challenges — primarily regarding white balance and I cover all of it in this video.

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Gear Used

Nikon D800e: https://amzn.to/2EBZjYI
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Settings and Exposure

Camera on Tripod
Aperture Priority Mode
Spot Metering Mode – Metered off one of the gray buildings
Single-point Focus Mode – Focused on the square building toward the middle — the building that I mentioned that my studio is in.
2.5sec, F8, iso: 400 at 24mm

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