Recently I have visited Amritsar, India to attend a wedding and If you are in Amritsar you can’t stop yourself to visit one of the most renowned temple of India, made of Gold. Yes, This is the great Golden Temple. I am lucky that i got chance to Visit Golden Temple at night. It was like i am really in some other world glowing with spiritual lights.
Ambiance of Golden temple at night was so much amazing, awesome lights at golden temple, reflections in water pool, spiritual hymns and music, everything is really pleasant.
When everything is so beautiful so its must to take photograph. And this time i am sharing you two most beautiful photograph from my travel Diary. Beauty of these photographs are i have done very little editing only, because the images were seems complete in itself. So have a look at the Nikon D5300 camera settings for this photographs.
Night Photography Tips – Golden Temple, Amritsar
DSLR Camera setting for this image is below:
- Camera Mode: Manual
- Aperture: F 5.6
- Shutter Speed: 1/30 s
- ISO: ISO 800
- Flash: Not used
- Location: Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab, India
- Weather: Winters, No Clouds
- Time of the day: Evening, near about 8:00 PM
- Editing : Yes, very slight editing done for this image, I have used DxO optics software for this. I have downloaded it today itself and proving version 9 absolutely free till 28th Feb 2017. And it’s not promotion, its my experience. I have tried editing this photograph in adobe lightroom but i was not getting what i want. Then I used DxO optics and i realized the way Lightroom and DxO optics are identifying colors of a photograph is slightly different. For this photograph DxO is identifying colors a bit bright than Adobe Lightroom. So I used DxO, It’s a must try. So coming back to the editing, see below points.
- Increased Exposure to 0.75
- I used built-in Candy Color Preset of DxO Optics. This has enhance lighting of golden temple
- Color Vibrancy reduced to -20
- Saturation Increased to 50
So here comes another image, for this, i have just copied the settings for above images and pasted setting in below image
I have clicked both the images by NIkon DSLR, make – Nikon D5300. Lens used is AF-P 18-55mm VR Kit Lens.
You can have a glance at the camera below: