#ShotonOnePlus Adventures – Durdle Door ft. Giacomo Mantovani
Today I am gonna bring you in Durdle Door Dorset, South of England. And I am gonna show you how to take a money shot with the OnePlus 5 using the best settings in manual mode. In order to do this I’ll need to take two pictures one during the day and one during the night and then blend them together with the Photoshop app. First of all I am gonna find the right spot
and frame the shot. Then I will work in manual mode shooting in RAW using the lowest ISO and slightly underexpose. At this point I just have to leave the camera in position and wait for the night to take over and then shoot the second picture in the darkest moment
which will happen in about 5 hours. This time I am gonna shoot
using a higher ISO as its really dark and I am gonna select the longest exposure time and set the focus to the infinite. This is already a really nice shot
straight from the camera but by blending it with the daylight shot I am gonna be able to make it look even better by adding extra details to the darkest areas. But before I do that I need to prepare the daylight shot by increasing the exposure the contrast the highlights the shadows and the clarity. Now I can blend it using the “overlay” option and reducing a bit its intensity. Lastly but not least I am gonna add a vignette and blend it as well. And that’s it, the magic is done!