Photographing the Sunrise

Overview

If you wake up early or are an early-riser then there are some photographs which you can take of the Sky. Early morning is a brilliant time to take photographs as your options are brilliant, and you can get some dramatic effects without too much effort. This article will give you some ideas of which you can use.

 

Some ideas for taking sunrise photographs are:
·         Silhouette Photo
·         Photos of Trees
·         Rising Sun
·         Misty Landscape

 

Silhouette Photo

Take a silhouette photo of animals:
Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/200
Aperture
f/5.6
ISO
500
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

 

Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/200
Aperture
f/8
ISO
100
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

Photos of Trees

Take a photo of trees as your primary focus:
Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/640
Aperture
f/6.3
ISO
250
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

 

Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/320
Aperture
f/5.6
ISO
100
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

Rising Sun

Take a photograph of the rising sun through clouds, where you incorporate nature and technology:
Setting
Value

 

Exposure Time
1/1600
Aperture
f/9
ISO
100
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

 

Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/250
Aperture
f/5.6
ISO
250
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

Misty Landscape

Take a photograph of the early morning mist:
Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/640
Aperture
f/10
ISO
100
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

 

Setting
Value
Exposure Time
1/640
Aperture
f/10
ISO
100
Exposure Bias
0-step
Lenses
18mm
Camera
Canon
Model
760D

 

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