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Night photography on OnePlus 8t via OnePlus 8T

  1. J1603278685925
    Eclair Feb 22, 2021


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  2. Mongolicious
    Eclair Feb 22, 2021

    Mongolicious , via OnePlus 8T , Feb 22, 2021 :
    Yes it is. I only use OP camera app for wide lens photos. Otherwise I use the GCam mod. Can recommend it. Either the latest Arnova mod in "unstable" or latest wichaya stable mod.
     

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  3. SaveEarth
    Honeycomb Feb 23, 2021


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  4. J1603278685925
    Eclair Feb 23, 2021


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  5. pablofg1978
    Head Moderator Head Moderator Feb 23, 2021

    pablofg1978 , Feb 23, 2021 :
    Can you share some examples?
     

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  6. J1603278685925
    Eclair Feb 23, 2021

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    Eclair Feb 23, 2021


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    Eclair Feb 23, 2021


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  9. warrior143
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 23, 2021


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    OnePlus TV Product Ninja 2021 Feb 24, 2021


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    Eclair Feb 24, 2021


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    Lollipop Feb 24, 2021


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  16. warrior143
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2021


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  17. psygarden
    OnePlus TV Product Ninja 2021 Sep 19, 2021

    psygarden , via OnePlus 8T Aquamarine Green , Sep 19, 2021 :
    Use Pro Mode. Night photography needs a bit more expertise, so no shaky hands allowed, use a tripod maybe. But most useful is Pro Mode, learn a bit about it from many guides here on Community in Photography section.
     

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  18. Rashid.M
    Donut Sep 20, 2021


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  19. psygarden
    OnePlus TV Product Ninja 2021 Sep 21, 2021

    psygarden , via OnePlus 8T Aquamarine Green , Sep 21, 2021 :
    Mostly you need to tinker with Shutter Speed and ISO according to the situation.
    For the given shot Shutter Speed would be about 30 seconds, ISO around 1500-2000, Remember high ISO causes image grain, so a smaller number is recommended usually.
    Also you'll need a tripod and remote/Inbuilt timer to trigger the Shutter.
    Finally shooting such shots in RAW format is highly recommended. This format can be highly post processed without quality loss.
     

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  20. Rashid.M
    Donut Sep 21, 2021

    Rashid.M , via OnePlus 8T , Sep 21, 2021 :
    Okay bro let me check it out
     

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