Photography Tips: Sunrise Photography Tips


Set Your Camera For Sunrise Photography

I took this fantastic photo this morning from my balcony while drinking coffee. 

[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”28072″ img_size=”600×400″ add_caption=”yes” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_rounded” title=”Sunrise Photography Tips”][vc_column_text]Once in a while, mother nature amazes us with breathtaking light shows in sunrises or sunsets. 

These tips help you capture these fabulous moments.  


1- Shooting Fully Manual 

Taking fantastic sunrise or sunset photos fully manual setting is effortless. All you need to do is point your camera to the sun, set the exposure, and recompose and shoot. Make sure that the ISO is NOT set to Auto ISO. 


2- Shooting Semi-Auto

If you use the semi-auto settings (shutter priority or aperture priority) and/or Auto ISO, you need to lock the exposure while pointing your camera to the sun.

The easiest way to lock the exposure is to use the AEL button on your camera. Just press the AEL button, and your camera will lock the exposure for about 4 seconds, which allows you to recompose the frame. 


3- Add More Saturation

If you shoot in JPG and don’t do post-processing (I suggest that you should do!), use the camera’s built-in colour enhancement. 

Camera manufacturers use different terms for this setting. Canon uses “Picture Style,” and Nikon uses “Picture Control.” Switching from the Standard setting to VIVID or LANDSCAPE provides more vibrant colours.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Do you want to learn more? 

There are many simple tweaking that can change pictures immensely. Beginners Photography Bootcamp covers many more skills. 

The Bootcamp program is a six-week photography workshop that consists of six classroom sessions and two field trips. It contains tons of practical exercises and hands-on practices. Click HERE to learn more.

Our next program starts on February 2, 2023. It is a small group, and tickets are selling fast.

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