Found this one during a visit in Vienna, Austria. It was a handheld shot in a bad light situation. I wanted to get a longest possible exposure time to highlight the water flow while keeping ISO as low as possible. Found a compromise at 1/10 seconds with ISO 800 and a wide-open lens (f2.8).
This image contains everything that your RAW developing tool likes so much: overexposed lights and reflections, the image is somewhat-sharp, has noise, many details in the shadows to discover, no reference for white balance (just yellowish lamps) and that blue parts that yell for gamut clipping.
The screenshot was taken just after opening it with darktable without further processing.
20200906_Wien_1636.DNG (28.6 MB)
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