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TCQ photographs can be made in any lighting conditions, and images taken “after dark” are no exception. It is easy to make TCQ-qualified “night” photographs.
Of course, the brightness of any scene cannot be misrepresented or the result will fail to meet Q7.
Making a photo taken during daylight look like a night photograph would disqualify it from rinairs and from TCQ.
Note that in TCQ photographs all brightness relationships must be preserved (in a night photographs, that would mean for example that illuminated windows cannot be changed to dark) or the photograph will be disqualified by Q7.