Finally, you need to capture your desired shot. This process may take quite a long time, but don’t worry; it’s completely normal. After you have taken a picture, you need to see if it’s too bright or too dark. If the image shot is way too dark, you need to increase your camera’s shutter speed to thirty seconds and see the results. If again the image shot is dark, then you may increase the ISO to 3200. Doing so may make your picture look granular, but this is another compromise you will have to make for a perfect shot picture.
If the image shot looks bright, you may decrease the ISO to 800 or below, depending on the intensity of brightness. You may also decrease the shutter speed to 8 seconds or less.
One should always capture a picture even though it looks a little brighter. Since your LCD or LED screen makes it look brighter, it may not be the same when opened through a laptop or computer. So, a pro tip from us to you, always choose pictures that look a little brighter on your camera’s screen.