Sunrise and a technique question

Started Feb 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
sarit
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Re: Sunrise and a technique question
In reply to ShaneTheEE, Mar 1, 2013

1. To properly utilize the RAW files, you'll need a good PP software such as Photoshop,Lighrtoom,Corel Paintshop Pro etc. Try the Adobe Lightroom, its free to try for 30 days, to see whether you get your desired result from RAWs.

2. If you are getting the Red you want by underexposing the photo, its OK. Like someone mentioned, take two more shots - one a bit overexposed and another default/what your camera thinks right exposure. Then stack them to get the desired picture - this process is called HDR photography. (I assumed you are new to exposure bracketing as you said you are a beginner). There are many free HDR software to stack exposure bracketed photos.

3. Change the WB from AWB to cloudy/shade. That should help to warm up the Red/Yellow colors.

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