How to shoot a sun­rise

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The re­ward of cap­tur­ing the sun ris­ing over the hori­zon al­most al­ways makes up for the lack of sleep. Re­search care­fully to check the di­rec­tion of sun­rise, and scout your lo­ca­tion be­fore­hand so you can set up a good com­po­si­tion with­out faff. Ar­rive in plenty of time, and mount your cam­era onto a tri­pod. Opt for a low ISO, an aper­ture of around f/8-f/11 and a longer shut­ter speed to com­pen­sate.

Morn­ing light is cooler in tone, so you might want to set the white bal­ance to Shade

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