I like this photographs I took in Taipei a lot. I thought it is a temple but it turns out that it is a museum.
The photo was taken on a tripod during sunset. I took multiple shots because I had a lot of people walking by. Taiwanese people are very friendly, some of them stopped to let me take the photo!
What were my camera settings?
Always the same – I put the camera in A-Mode and let it calculate the shutter speed. Since I was on a tripod, I hold the ISO as low as I can.
One of the permanent settings is to store the photos in RAW file format.
What did I do to this photo?
Nothing but a little bit of Adobe Lightroom. I was able to get this shot as it is, meaning without whipping off some unwanted people. I have a free tutorial about my post processing workflow over on youtube – just in case you are interested.