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Sunrise photo secrets. How to take a good photo of the sunrise.

By pmadmin
In Your Mirfield
Apr 26th, 2020

Sunrise photo secrets.
The thing about Sunrise is it’s never the same time difference too makes a huge display impact. Cloud is the biggy without them the sunrise would be just a ball of fire

I am very lucky to live in a location with a back garden what faces east and with an amazing backdrop Balderstone Hall and it’s supporting fields.

Being an early riser as never been a problem for me most mornings I am out of bed between 4 AM and 5 AM it’s just how I am with the odd occasion 6 AM.

So it’s no real secret how to take good photos of the sunrise but you need the above which most certainly helps.

This leaves two vital component of the Camera and the settings. I use the Canon 800 D however, any DSLR camera will work fine.

Setting’s and working in M- Manual mode will give you the photographer total control over your camera.

  • Shutter speed 1/1000 and 1/800 and 1/640
  • F-Stop 4 to F-Stop 11
  • ISO 100

The 3 bullet points settings above will all work fine for capturing the sunrise happy shooting.

Regards Steve Benson

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